Neighbourhood Plan Submission Draft
Redington Frognal Neighbourhood Forum submitted its proposed Neighbourhood Plan to Camden Council. A period of consultation was undertaken by Camden Council ending on 7th September 2020. All documents are PDFs.
- Draft Redfrog Neighbourhood Plan (May 2020)
- Basic Conditions Statement
- Consultation Statement
- Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Screening Opinion (LB Camden)
- Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) Screening Opinion (LB Camden)
Additionally, the Forum has submitted a document setting out complementary actions which are intended to help to deliver the Neighbourhood Plan. This does not contain planning policies and would therefore not form a part of the statutory development plan for the area.
These are the representations received by the Council in response to the submission draft consultation. They will be passed onto the examiner to consider.
The Neighbourhood Forum provided the following documents as clarifications for the Examiner.
- Redington Frognal Forum - Post Reg 16 clarifications 9th October 2020
- 18 Frognal Way appeal decision
- England's Green Space Gap
- Front gardens - London National Park City
- RSPB - A lost decade for nature
- Understanding insect decline
- LB Camden - Constitution
- GiGL letter to Redfrog Forum 081020
What happens next?
If the draft Plan passes the examination, a referendum will be organised to give the community the final say on whether the Plan is to be used in determining planning applications in the designated neighbourhood area. Due to the pandemic, neighbourhood planning referendums cannot take place until 2021; however, a plan which has passed examination may still be given significant weight in planning decisions.
Forum redesignation 2019
The Redington Frognal Neighbourhood Forum applied to the Council to be formally redesignated as a neighbourhood forum. This was in line with the Town and Country Planning Act (1990) and neighbourhood planning regulations. The application is shown below.
The Council approved the redesignation on 25th October 2019. This means the Forum will be designated for a further period of five years. They will be able to continue using their neighbourhood planning powers.
No changes were proposed to the designated neighbourhood area, which was shown in the application for information.
Designation of area and forum 2014
On 5 September 2014 London Borough of Camden approved the designation of the Neighbourhood Area and Neighbourhood Forum. A public consultation on the Area and Forum applications took place between 26th June and 8th August 2014.
The approved applications can be viewed below and they show the area in which the neighbourhood planning powers apply.