- The Going the Extra Mile (GEM) Project
- Affordable Rural Housing
- Community Buildings
- Community-Led Planning
- Emergency Planning
- Funding Advice
- GRCC Village of the Year
- Localism and Community Rights
- Neighbourhood Development Plans
- Older people - InTouch
- Organisation and Project Support
- Parish Plan Database
- Parent Champions
- Befriending Services
- Road Safety
- Village and Community Agents
- The Parent & Community Support Service (PCSS) project
- VCS Support - Cheltenham
Examples of Neighbourhood Development Plans across England
There are Neighbourhood Development Plans taking place across the country. It is also useful to look at the consultation statement / additional evidence, plus the Examiner's report.
Below are a number of completed Plans that have passed referendum:
Completed Neighbourhood Development Plans
Bath and North East Somerset
The Parish and Town Councils of Clutton, Freshford & Limpley Stoke, and Stowey Sutton all have 'made' Neighbourhood Plans following local referendums. Details of the documents relating to the plans can be found here. These NDPs became part of the B&NES Council's development plan in the autumn of 2015.
East Staffordshire Borough Council
Aylesbury Vale District Council
Haddenham Neighbourhood Plan was formally made part of the council's development plan on 11th September 2015.
High Peak Borough Council
Chapel-en-le-Frith Neighbourhood Development Plan was formally made part of the council's development plan on 5th August 2015.
East Hertfordshire District Council
The Bishop's Stortford Neighbourhood Plan for Silverleys and Meads was formally adopted by East Herts Council as part of its development framework on 29th July 2015.