So after several years of hard work have you got a made neighbourhood plan?
Perhaps you are nearing that point. What happens next? How are you achieving your goals?
Does your plan contain sections on protecting the environment – preventing climate change? Would you like to be in control of affordable housing development in your Parish? How about building your own; possibly renting them to local families – creating an income stream for the Council? Alternatively, you could be engaging a housing association to manage that resource.
Do you have a pub that is under threat or another community asset? Have you considered taking out a loan to achieve your aims? Are you expecting any CIL funding? How will your Planning authority distribute the funding and what can you spend it on? How will you manage the expenditure; if you are getting a lot of money might you need a project manager?
When was your plan “made”? Have you prepared for a revision after five years?
This discussion will touch on all of these issues and others you may wish to raise.
|Event date||Thu 21 May 2020 6:30 pm|
|Event Ends||Thu 21 May 2020 8:00 pm|
|Registration closes||Mon 18 May 2020 8:00 am|
|Notes||£30 to Member Councils|
|Location||Hatton Park Village Hall|
|6.00pm - 6.30pm||
|6.30pm - 8.30pm||
The session will cover
Discussion led by Sarah Brooke-Taylor, Janet Neale and John Crossling
1 CPD Points
Record of attendance at training events is required when applying for the Local Council Awards Scheme
£30.00 per delegate for Member Councils
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WALC will subsidise member councils
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Any delegate cancellations
must be received in writing 7 days before the event for a full refund of the fee. Substitute delegate(s) may be named at any time up to the event.
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There is plenty of parking at the venue
Sarah is Rural Housing Enabler with Warwickshire Rural Community Council (WRCC). WRCC has been working within the rural communities of Warwickshire since 1937 and is the only organisation solely dedicated to supporting rural communities in Warwickshire and Solihull. The charity’s mission is ‘to enable the development of sustainable and self-reliant rural communities’ and it offers advice, information and grant support.
My current role of Infrastructure Delivery Manager sits within the Communities Directorate and is essentially a coordination role across all County Council Services. I am there to link with the Local Planning Authorities and Developers to ensure that appropriate contributions are secured to mitigate the impact of growth.
John, the County Officer for WALC, advises Parish and Town Councils on all aspects of Council business.