Neighbourhood Plan

Welcome to the Puttenham Neighbourhood Plan website, where you can follow the progress and give feedback to influence the plan and get involved.

Puttenham Neighbourhood Plan is being written by a group of volunteers to guide planning decisions over the next 15 years to 2032.  Based on the views, vision and wishes of the people living here it is expected to be completed for a village wide referendum in 2019.

Anyone can contribute at any time, via this website, by joining a group offering support or simpy attending any of our meetings.

Contact us at puttenhamplan@outlook.com

Who Are We?

The plan is being written by volunteers from the village who have been co-opted by Puttenham Parish Council.  Each member has a specific area of responsibility.

The neighbourhood planning group’s role is to organise and deliver the range of activities needed to develop the neighbourhood plan including;

  • define the vision and objectives of the neighbourhood plan
  • define the scope of work needed to develop the neigbourhood plan
  • develop a project plan and communications plan for delivery of the neighbourhood plan
  • manage resources and budgets to deliver the neighbourhood plan. Apply for grant support as appropriate
  • resolve conflicting views across areas of interest
  • report on progress to Puttenham Parish Council
  • maintain communications and collaboration with Guildford Borough Council planners
  • identify external resources to assist and advise on the production of the neighbourhood plan.

 

Current members

Mr Mike Blundell Jones

Mr Pip Adlam

Mr David Binns

Mrs Verity Cassar

Mr Ian Creswell

Mrs Sally McIlroy

Mr Guy Thompson

 

Working groups have been formed on the following themes:

Residential Development and Land Use – David Binns and Ian Creswell

Traffic and Transport – Sally McIlroy

Community Facilities – Verity Cassar

Heritage and Townscape – Guy Thompson

The steering group meets on the first Wednesday of every other month.  Details are available from the parish clerk.

Consultation & Public Meetings

25th April 2019

Neighbourhood Plan Update 

Further to your kind feedback from the Neighbourhood Plan consultation meetings on 6th and 9th March we would like to confirm we are now addressing key points raised by you with Guildford Borough Council and other relevant bodies. We will update you with developments in due course.

Public Meetings

Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group Workshops

Wednesday 6th March Marwick Hall  5.00-8.00pm

Saturday 9th March Marwick Hall  2.00-6.00pm

Consultations

Consultation with the community is a legal prerequisite for producing the neighbourhood plan.  We are keeping a log of it here.

Articles in Village News – March 2015, April 2015, June 2015, August 2015, December 2015, February 2016, April 2016, May 2016, June 2016, March 2017, April 2017, May 2017, June 2017, July 2017, December 2017, April 2018, June 2018, December 2018, Feb 2019, March 2019. 

Regulation 14 Consultation 1st March 2019 – 12th April 2019

Questionnaire sent to residents following workshop – June 2017

Public meetings – May 2016, May 2017, May 2018, March 2019

Flyer distribution – March 2016, April 2017, April 2018, Feb 2019

Period approaching local land owners – September 2016 and ongoing

Details of request for sites – Letter sent to residents November 2016

Formation of website – October 2015

Email account – Established in October 2015. Residents used after May 2016 meeting

Housing Survey

In April 2014 Puttenham Parish Council decided that a neighbourhood plan could bring advantages to the village.  The first step in September 2014 was an application to designate a neighbourhood area was made to Guildford Borough Council.  This was approved in December 2014.

In October 2014 a survey was delivered to all households and businesses in the Puttenham Parish area to be completed online or paper. Over 250 surveys were delivered and 36.25% responded.  The survey data was analysed by Surrey Community Action.

Following the survey, the residents who had expressed an interest to help were approached to become members of the steering group as the action to make a neighbourhood plan must be community led.

The results of the survey are available here 

Gallery

NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN WORKSHOP FRIDAY 12TH MAY 2017

Close Search Window