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Consultation under Regulation 16 of Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended)
We are contacting you because you are a statutory consultee or because you / your client have previously expressed an interest in planning matters in the parish of Beyton, Suffolk.
Beyton Parish Council have submitted a draft Neighbourhood Development Plan to Mid Suffolk District Council under Regulation 15 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended). In accordance with Regulation 16, our formal consultation on this draft Plan begins on 6 March 2023.
Comments are being invited from both statutory consultees and from those who live, work and carry out business in the designated area on whether the Plan as submitted (and supporting documentation) fulfils the basic conditions as required by Paragraph 8(1)(a)(2) of Schedule 4B to the Town & Country Planning Act 1990 (inserted by the Localism Act 2011).
The submitted Plan etc. are already available to view online: www.midsuffolk.gov.uk/BeytonNP If you are having difficulties accessing any of the consultation documents, call us on 0300 123
4000 (Option 5, then Option 4) during normal office hours so that we explore ways to help you.
Printed copies of the submitted Plan have also been made available locally for viewing or for loan on request. In the first instance, please contact the Parish Clerk (Tina Newell) on tel: 07767 163706.
Written comments only (preferably using ‘Response Form’ available on our Beyton webpage) must arrive by no later than 4:00pm on Wednesday 26 April 2023.
You can send you comments by e-mail to: email@example.com or you can post them to: ‘Beyton NP Consultation’, c/o Spatial Planning Policy Team, Babergh & Mid Suffolk District Councils, Endeavour House, 8 Russell Rd, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 2BX
It will not be possible to accept late representations.
At the end of this consultation period, the Parish Council will be given an opportunity to respond to any new issues raised before the Plan and other documents are submitted for independent examination.
When making your representation you should not assume that there will be further opportunities to introduce new information, although the Examiner may decide to seek clarity on certain matters.
Further updates will continue to be published on Mid Suffolk District Council's Beyton NP webpage as required.
The Neighbourhood Plan consultation period has now ended. Thanks to all those who submitted comments by the deadline day. More than a third of households let their views be known. There will be further updates posted here in due course. But for now, thanks again to all those who took the time to have their say.