Consultation starts for Hartford Neighbourhood Plan

Hartford residents can have their say

Hartford residents can have their say

First published in News

HARTFORD residents can have their say on a plan for the future of their village.

The draft of Hartford's Neighbourhood Plan, led by the parish council and supported by the civic society, is now ready to begin the statutory consultation period which lasts from Friday, April 25, to Friday, June 13.

An open day takes place in the village hall on Saturday, April 26, from 10am to 1pm.

Members of the Neighbourhood Plan working group will be on hand to answer any questions and take note of any suggested amendments to the draft plan.

After the open day it can be viewed in Northwich Library, the village post office, online at hartfordparishcouncil.org.uk or by contacting the Parish Clerk, Jo O'Donoghue, on 01606 41862.

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6:40pm Mon 14 Apr 14

Hartford Harry says...

I wonder how many residents will say 'we'd like 2 massive redrow housing estates with no other infrastructure improvements?'

Something to ponder whilst sitting those extra 20 minutes in traffic in a morning.
I wonder how many residents will say 'we'd like 2 massive redrow housing estates with no other infrastructure improvements?' Something to ponder whilst sitting those extra 20 minutes in traffic in a morning. Hartford Harry
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3:14pm Tue 15 Apr 14

Cymo says...

I just hope this is more than a sop to democracy, and CWAC take notice of what the people really want
I just hope this is more than a sop to democracy, and CWAC take notice of what the people really want Cymo
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2:25pm Wed 16 Apr 14

MrT1976 says...

CWAC don't take any notice of anything that anyone says. I'm all for these type of initiatives but at the end of the day CWAC will do whatever CWAC want to do and to hell with the consequences for the people that are actually affected.
CWAC don't take any notice of anything that anyone says. I'm all for these type of initiatives but at the end of the day CWAC will do whatever CWAC want to do and to hell with the consequences for the people that are actually affected. MrT1976
  • Score: 1

6:05pm Wed 16 Apr 14

onered says...

Eric Pickles and his Government Department appears to be a major problem for all Local Councils, over turning Local Planning Decisions on Appeal. It would be interesting to know what percentage of Appeals have been successful?
Eric Pickles and his Government Department appears to be a major problem for all Local Councils, over turning Local Planning Decisions on Appeal. It would be interesting to know what percentage of Appeals have been successful? onered
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