Maghull Neighbourhood Development Plan
Independent Examination of the Neighbourhood Plan
Letter from Patrick Whitehead, Examiner, dated 17 August 2018
Response to Examiner dated 28 August 2018
Letter from Patrick Whitehead, Examiner, dated 28 August 2018
Response to Examiner dated 14th September from Maghull Town Council
Response to the Examiner dated 14th September from Sefton Council
Regulation 16 Consultation
The Regulation 16 Consultation has now closed. Sefton MBC will now pass on all of the comments received to the Independent Examiner. A summary of the comments can be found below together with the comments themselves. Please note that the personal details on the comments have been redacted.
Summary of Comments
Gerard Crilly 1
Gerard Crilly 2
Gerard Crilly 3
White Peak Planning
There has been an unsolicited comment received regarding the Neighbourhood Plan. This can be found below.
Gerard Crilly 4
The Neighbourhood Development Plan is now ready to be submitted to Sefton Council for the Regulation 16 consultation which is the next stage of the process. Following the consultation Maghull Town Council undertook with residents last autumn the finished plan can be found via the link below. There is also a Character Assessment for Maghull which will be submitted at the same time which can also be found below.
In addition a Basic Conditions Statement and a Consultation Statementwill be submitted.
Maghull Neighbourhood Plan
Basic Conditions Statement
Further details of the evidence used to produce the Plan can be found on the accompanying page to this - Neighbourhood Plan Evidence
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.
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.