Local Neighbourhood Plan – Green Space Designation
Dronfield Town Council are asking local residents to help identify local pockets of green spaces that they would like to see protected as part of the Local Neighbourhood Plan. Many residents have already had input into the plan but this is a further opportunity to contribute to the future plans of the town. The green spaces should be small areas and have local significance in terms of recreational, historical or wildlife importance and should be special places to the community.
Further consultations on the Neighbourhood Plan are scheduled to be held in the Civic Hall at the start of February 2018. The Town Council will also be launching a competition with local schools to design the front cover for the Neighbourhood Plan.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions for the local pockets of green spaces to be protected. Please ensure you include a clear description of the piece of land and its exact location within Dronfield. Please note that green belt land already has its own designation, so is not included as part of the Green Spaces Designation.
Posted: Mon, 20 Nov 2017 09:13 by Jo Mitchell