Our draft plan is approaching its final stages before we start our formal consultation. Come along to our Community Feedback Day, Saturday 6th May 2017 and register for one of two identical workshops to shape the plan before it is submitted to Wiltshire Council.
The consultation questionnaire results were published.
Neighbourhood Planning Questionnaire
We delivered the Neighbourhood Planning Questionnaire to every household in Tisbury and West Tisbury in October 2015. Click to download the Questionnaire.
Formal documents relating to the Neighbourhood Plan have been posted in the Information Bank.
Area Designation Decision Letter; Tisbury and West Tisbury Neighbourhood Area Designation Report Decision 27 07 2015; Area Designation Decision Notice; Area Notice for Area Designation Consultation Tisbury and West Tisbury.
A Draft Neighbourhood Planning Questionnaire
was circulated for comment, criticism and amendment.
5th May 2015
Application for Designation of the Tisbury and West Tisbury Neighbourhood Area
This was a formal regulatory stage on the neighbourhood area, and not a consultation on the Neighbourhood Plan itself.
5th July 2014
The Drop-in Consultations were held on the afternoon of Saturday 05 July 2014 in the Victoria Hall, and at Tisbury Carnival on Saturday 26 September 2014. They were both very successful.
Most of those attending the first consultation were over forty years of age. We chose the venue for the second consultation so we could concentrate on the younger members of the community, including children and their parents.
For the first consultation, there was a notice board each on the following topics:
industry and employment, housing, education and training, retail, environment and transport, leisure and tourism.
For each board topic, there were the same four questions:
People were asked to make comments using sticky notes applied to the boards.
For the second consultation, people were asked four more general questions:
The results have been analysed and further investigations into specific needs of particular groups of people are being undertaken; for example, out-of-hours transport for secondary schoolchildren wishing to attend social events and school clubs.
All this information was used to develop the questionnaire which was delivered to every household in the parishes so everyone could give their views on the future of the local area.