Last week I attended the Parish Council’s launch of the Neighbourhood Plan and learned how important it is to complete the Plan questionnaire which is the start of the consultation process. This is our chance to maintain and also enhance Buckhurst Hill’s character for the next 30 years. Currently we are just about sustaining a village atmosphere but ...
The information below has been taken from part of the Parish information on the Neighbourhood Plan process.
The objective of the Neighbourhood Plan is to maintain the current balance of homes and small businesses, improve stability, preserve the buildings of architectural and historical interest, encourage local participation, maintain and improve Parish facilities, seek appropriate improvements to utilities and infrastructure, and to ensure that Buckhurst Hill is represented at all levels
During this initial consultation period the Parish will be collating completed questionnaires, running workshops at the Woollard Centre on Loughton Way, the Roding Valley Hall on Station Way and the Library/Parish Offices on Queens Road. Please check the Parish website and the noticeboards in the area for workshop dates.
If you haven’t received the questionnaire it can be found on the Parish Web site
The completed Questionnaires can be returned to -
The Parish Office situated in the Library in Queens Road
Doctors’ surgeries in Rouse Road, and Palmerston Road
Post Office in Station Way
White House Dental Surgery
by 30 September