There’s a further opportunity for the public to comment on the amended draft of Aldenham Parish Council’s Radlett Neighbourhood Plan before it is submitted for public examination.
The Neighbourhood Plan, once finalised, will guide landlords, developers, investors and Hertsmere Borough Council's planning committee about the characteristics, unique challenges and opportunities in Radlett.
This latest consultation follows a period of public engagement in November and December last year which brought suggestions and comments, prompting a number of changes to the draft plan.
Although the preparation of the plan has been led by Aldenham Parish Council, in consultation with the local community in Radlett, we at Hertsmere Borough Council have a statutory role - as the Local Planning Authority - in publishing the draft plan. The plan will then be sent for public examination, a process which is led by an independent examiner.
Following that examination, the plan will be the subject of a local referendum and, if supported by the local community, will be used by us in the determination of planning applications in Radlett.
Mark Silverman from our Planning Policy team explained: "This latest public engagement process forms part of our commitment to supporting the Neighbourhood Plan process. This latest engagement phase provides residents with a further opportunity to have their say on how the area develops over the coming years."
To view the plan and add your comments (comments can be added from Friday, 29 March) visit the Radlett Neighbourhood Plan pages by 10 May 2019.
Paper copies of the plan will also be available from the Civic Offices in Borehamwood, Aldenham Parish Council offices and Radlett library.
All responses received will be forwarded to the independent examiner whose appointment will be agreed with Aldenham Parish Council.
Posted on Friday 29th March 2019