Options Consultation Response - December 2020
The response rate by residents of the Parish to the Options Consultation was remarkable
15th December 2020
Options Consultation Now Closed - December 2020
The Options Consultation closed on the 6th December, and the response has been brilliant
We are now analysing the data and aim to bring you the results before Christmas
Please sign up for our Newsletter to have the results emailed to your inbox
8th December 2020
Options Consultation distribution of paper questionnaire - November 2020A paper version of the online questionnaire will shortly be distributed to every household in the Parish.
This is to ensure that those people without access to a computer or those of you who would rather complete the survey on paper can do so
Full instructions can be found on the front page of the questionnaire
Look out for it dropping through your letterbox in the next few days
Completion date for all returns is 6th December 2020
12th November 2020
Options Consultation - November 2020
Have your say on Housing Development and much more
5th November 2020
Potential Development Sites - August 2020
Please find listed below with an associated map the sites submitted by landowners to either SSDC or NC&Y as potential development locations for residential or commercial use.
REF. LOCATION DESCRIPTION
NC&Y01 North Side Doddinal, Woolston
NC&Y02 Yarlington Lodge Estate, Yarlington
NC&Y03 South Of Avalon Farm, Galhampton Hill, Galhampton
NC&Y04 East Side Of Cary Road Above The Grange N.Cadbury
NC&Y05 West Of Sandbrook Lane, N.Cadbury
NC&Y06 East Of Sandbrook Lane, N.Cadbury
NC&Y07 Hearn Lane, West Of March Cottage, Galhampton
NC&Y08 Adj.Horseshoe Villas/Cottage, Woolston
NC&Y09 South Of Agecroft, March Lane, Galhampton
NC&Y10 Sandbrook Lane, N.Cadbury
NC&Y11 East Of Manor Farm On Woolston Road, N.Cadbury
NC&Y12 West Of Manor Farm On Woolston Road, N.Cadbury
NC&Y13 Top Ridgeway Lane, Existing Orchard, N.Cadbury
SSDC1 Ridgeway Lane, Clare Field Nr. Allotment, N.Cadbury
SSDC2 Adjacent To Restricted Byway WN/105, N.Cadbury
SSDC3 Down Ash Farm, N.Cadbury
SSDC4 North Town Farm, N.Cadbury
SSDC5 East Of Cadbury Business Park, N.Cadbury
SSDC6 West Of Cadbury Business Park, N.Cadbury
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13th August 2020
Neighbourhood Plan Programme - June 2020
Programme Status @ June 2020
15th June 2020
Resident's Survey full report available - May 2020
Produced by Jo Witherden BSc(Hons) DipTP DipUD MRTPI of Dorset Planning Consultant Ltd in conjunction with the North Cadbury and Yarlington Neighbourhood Plan Group
There was an excellent response rate from households with young children through to households with one or two elderly residents. Many respondents across Galhampton, North Cadbury, Woolston and Yarlington, have lived here for at least 15 years and obviously know the area and its issues very well.
20th May 2020
Call for Sites - March 2020
Housing and Economic Land Availability
South Somerset District Council is reviewing the Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (HELAA) which will be part of their evidence base used to identify additional sites for housing or employment to meet the District’s future requirements and to inform the five-year supply of deliverable housing land.
Their assessment will consider all sites and broad locations capable of delivering five or more dwellings or economic development on sites of 0.25 ha (or 500m2 of floorspace) and above.
For more detail go to the SSDC website - Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessment (HELAA)
Neighbourhood Plan Approach
Whilst submissions to SSDC may also be used to support the preparation of our Neighbourhood Plan the process does not necessarily identify all possible locations. As a result the NP Working Group is inviting residents and landowners in the community the opportunity to offer up potential sites above and below the SSDC threshold of 0.25 ha.
We wish to ensure that no location is overlooked and that all options are considered that may be more in tune with residents wishes of preserving the nature and character of the plan area.
So do you own some land in the parish?
* Perhaps a garden that is now too large, or
* A green field site, or
* Buildings which could be converted or redeveloped.
Would you like the Neighbourhood Plan to include it to allow some sort of development to take place?
If you do - you should tell us now.
If you are not Sure here are some common Questions and Answers
Q: I have submitted my site to South Somerset District Council – do I need to respond to your call?
A: Yes - the District Council do not have the necessary consents to pass your personal information on, and completing our forms ensures that we have the information we need to assess all sites fairly.
Q: What happens if I change my mind about developing my site?
What to do Now
If you have such a site register your details by clicking on this link : Call for Sites before the deadline
Or contact the Chairman Mike Martin at - firstname.lastname@example.org
This " Call for Sites" will close on April 17th, 2020
19th March 2020
Resident's Survey Headline Results - March 2020
Number of Surveys delivered across the Neighbourhood Plan Area = 481
We received 277 replies which is a response rate of 58%
This is extremely respectable, thank you for your efforts and please take a bow !
For a breakdown by settlement please click the link below:
11th March 2020
Residents Survey - Closing soon ! February 2020
Our parish is a target for housing and economic growth:
South Somerset has just issued a “Call for New Development Sites 2020”
Inviting landowners to submit additional new sites for housing and economic development with the indications being that more than 70 new houses are to be built in our Plan area
The issues are real
Use your voice or lose your voice – the choice is yours
Our Neighbourhood Plan is the only way to influence the Council so you need to return your surveys now !
Do you know where this parish is heading ?
If you don’t but you care, you have
5 DAYS TO GO
Complete the Neighbourhood Plan Survey
Saturday 29th February
Residents Survey - Now Live February 2020Welcome to our first household survey
The survey will help us produce a Neighbourhood Plan for North Cadbury and Yarlington that reflects the community's needs and aspirations.
We have designed this survey to ask the members of every household their views on housing and employment, what they value, and what needs improving in the parish.
Your responses are a VITAL step because they will provide evidence to support a Neighbourhood Plan which will guide decisions on planning matters in years to come.
The survey may be completed using the document we are delivering by hand to each household this week
Online via the "NCNP Residents Survey-February 2020" link at the bottom
You may return your survey at any of the following collection points:
Galhampton: The Church, "Chy Meor" March Lane (Sue Cox’s house)
North Cadbury: The School, The Village Stores.
Yarlington: The Stags Head, "Roselea" (Brian Meads house nr. village hall)
11th February 2020
Resident's Survey comming soon - January 2020As we embark on the development of our Neighbourhood Plan it is critical that we capture and reflect your views on the development of the Parish
We will shortly be issuing a survey to all households
Watch this space !
10th January 2020
Down Ash Farm Development MeetingFollowing Julius Longman & Janet Montgomery's presentation to the Parish Council in November 2019 re: The proposed development of Down Ash Farm it was agreed that they would meet with the Neighbourhood Plan working group.
The link to the minutes of that meeting are below whilst associated images can be found under the icon for HOUSING
7th January 2020