The members of ADPC are pleased to announce we are in the final stages of getting our Neighbourhood Plan adopted.
Thursday 31st October 2019 is an important date this year because it is the day a referendum will be held on our Neighbourhood Plan.
The plan’s policies are based on consultation with residents of the village and with landowners from within the plan boundary. The policies will:
· help protect us from large scale housing or other developments
· help to protect community facilities and services
· provide strong protection of designated local green spaces
The Plan is available to view on the Leeds City Council website and Parish Council website. Printed copies will soon be available to view at the Arabian Horse Pub, Village Hall Café (Fridays only) and Pearce Bottomley Architects (Roman Ridge, Aberford). The Plan is almost identical to the draft Plan people have already seen.
The Parish Council has been working on this for some time and now we are at the final stage we need everyone to go and vote in favour of the Neighbourhood Plan at the referendum on 31st October 2019. It can then begin to do its work of protecting and improving the parish by shaping future planning decisions in line with community wishes.
To check you are registered to vote please visit the Leeds City Council website by clicking here.
To visit the Leeds City Council web page which contains more information and all the associated documents, please click here.