Allithwaite community

Allithwaite and Cartmel
Neighbourhood Plan

Allithwaite and Cartmel Neighbourhood Plan

The 6-week Local Consultation on the Allithwaite and Cartmel Neighbourhood Plan – 2021-2029 is now taking place from 6th September 2021 to 29th October 2021.

Anyone who wishes to comment on the Plan and its policies are invited to do so, using the paper questionnaire or response form sent to all residents, with explanatory booklet, or online on the website: www.allithwaiteandcartmel-nplan.co.uk.

Pre-Draft Submission Responses

You can record your feedback and responses to the pre-submission draft plan from the following links:

Information about the Pre-Draft Submission

Printed copies are available to inspect in Cartmel village hall, Allithwaite Community Centre, the Priory and St Mary’s Churches and Grange Library.

The Allithwaite and Cartmel Draft Neighbourhood Development Plan has been published. Following the Parish Council meeting held on Monday 24th May 2021, it was agreed that we proceed to the consultation stage.

The consultation period runs for 6 weeks and it has been agreed by the Parish Council it will take place from the 6th September 2021 - 29th October 2021. All residents of Allithwaite and Cartmel will receive a letter with a questionnaire, a response form and booklet with a self-addressed envelope for the return of the questionnaire. The questionnaire and response form can be filled in on-line at www.allithwaiteandcartmel-nplan.co.uk.

The draft Neighbourhood Plan can be viewed and downloaded from www.allithwaiteandcartmel-nplan.co.uk.

The Parish Council also welcomes comments by email or in writing. Please submit all comments on the Draft Neighbourhood Plan by email to mikelamb34th@yahoo.com or by post to: 6 Hazelgarth, Allithwaite, Cumbria LA11 7RS.

Following the public consultation process on the Draft Neighbourhood Plan, the Plan will be amended and submitted to South Lakeland District Council together with supporting documentation, including the Consultation Statement setting out who has been consulted, how the consultation has been undertaken and how the representations received have informed the Plan, and the Basic Conditions Statement setting out how the Neighbourhood Plan satisfies the Basic Conditions of paragraph 8(2) of Schedule 4B of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

South Lakeland District Council will then re-consult before the Plan is subjected to an Examination by an Independent Examiner. Once any further amendments have been made the Plan will be subjected to a local Referendum, and then ‘made’ part of the Development Plan by the Council and used to determine planning applications in Allithwaite and Cartmel Parish.

If you require any further information, please contact Mike Lamb at the address provided above.