Maghull Neighbourhood Development Plan
The Regulation 14 consultation period for Maghull's Neighbourhood Plan has now closed. The Council considered all of the responses that were received during the consultation period and have amended the Plan were necessary. Draft copies of the documents have been produced below.
Maghull Town Council and the Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group have produced a draft Neighbourhood Plan. This Plan is now being submitted for consultation. The Steering Group has asked neighbouring parishes and local authorities what they think about the Plan. Now it's your turn.
The draft Neighbourhood Plan can be found here.
The appendices for the Plan can be found here.
Maghull Parish Profile
The consultation was to close on 26th September. However, the Council has extended it until Monday 9th October. This will see our last roadshow for the Plan which will take place in the Town Hall from4pm til 7pm. You can let us know what you think by emailing the Council at firstname.lastname@example.org or by using our Commonplace website.
Commonplace allows you to put your comments on a map and see what others have said about the same place. All comments are anonymous and you can leave as many as you like.
Click on maghull.commonplace.is and have your say!
You can also write to us at the Town Hall. Please mark your envelope Neighbourhood Plan.
The Town Council and Steering Group will also be holding road shows starting at MaghullFest and carrying on for the 8 week consultation period. Be sure to catch us when we're out and about.
Maghull Town Council has submitted an application to Sefton Council to designate the parish as a ‘neighbourhood area’ for the purpose of preparing a Neighbourhood Development Plan in accordance with the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012.
The Neighbourhood Development Plan will cover the following themes:
Housing: Maghull’s housing stock is varied and interesting with a good choice. We want to see this continued with any development which takes place in Maghull. We also want to ensure that starter homes are included as well as homes specifically targeted for our more elderly citizens.
Infrastructure: Any development within Maghull should address the issues with infrastructure currently being experienced. This includes better access both on the road network as well as investment by Merseytravel.
Health and Wellbeing: The population of Maghull is concerned about the availability of doctors and dentists as well as access to primary healthcare facilities. The Neighbourhood Plan will look to address these issues. The Plan will also address the public amenity of the parks and gardens enjoyed by residents to ensure this key aspect is maintained or approved.
Local Economy: The local economy will be addressed particularly with regard to regeneration of the Town Centre and how policies could be developed to help with this.
When made, and following a successful referendum of the local community, the Neighbourhood Development Plan will supersede any relevant policies in the Council's Local Plan and be used to determine planning applications.
Sefton MBC Cabinet has approved the application for Designated Area Status at their meeting on 5th February 2015. Work is continuing on the Neighbourhood Plan and further details will be available shortly.
If you have any comments regarding our Neighbourhood Plan then please email Neighbourhoodplan@maghull-tc.gov.uk
Alternatively, you can write to the Town Clerk at Maghull Town Hall marking the envelope Neighbourhood Plan.
Updates will be put online when available so keep checking the progress of our Neighbourhood Plan.
Maghull Town Council would like to acknowledge the grant of £6,550 provided by Locality under the auspices of the Supporting Communities & Neighbourhoods in Planning Programme.