Community-Led Planning

What is a Community-Led Plan?

A community led plan is just that: a plan for the future decided by the community for the next 5-10 years. It pulls together information about the Community, what we value about our community - our needs and wishes for the future. It can cover a wide range of issues – anything really that is of concern to us who live and work in the community - so it is really important that everyone has a chance to have their say and to get involved.

 

A Community-led Plan should help us to respond with confidence to consultations or new proposals and influence the plans and priorities of other organisations which might affect our community such as Police, Education, Transport, Planning & Health services

 

The Community Plan was prompted by the local Area Board who is responsible for the development of the NEW-V Neighbourhood Plan comprising of the five rural constituents of which both Clyffe Pypard and Lyneham & Bradenstoke Parishes belong. Representatives from the Parish Council and Community Steering Group also attend the Neighbourhood Planning Group providing data and policy options for inclusion in the NEW-V Plan, part of Wiltshire Council's core strategy. Output from the community workshops will form the core policies relating to Land Use and the Built Environment in our parish.

 

The community Plan has been finalised and is now available to download from the home page

 

Community First - 'Bringing it all together' final report
Results of a community/village-wide exercise on the shared priorities for the area
Bringing it all together final report.pd[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [1.6 MB]
Rural Place Profile - Parish of Clyffe Pypard
Data based on 2011 census
RuralPlaceProfile_E04011681_Clyffe_Pypar[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [1.8 MB]
Steering Group Constitution
Clyffe Pypard Parish CLP Steering Group [...]
Adobe Acrobat document [43.6 KB]
Individual Adult Survey
Individual Adult Survey FINALX.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [377.1 KB]
Young Persons Survey
Young Person v5ir FINAL.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [281.7 KB]