The Parish Council has agreed to lead a group to produce a Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) and the project is called Eastcombe, Bisley, Oakridge 2030. The Annual Report of the NDP Steering Group (PDF)
There is now a dedicated website on which you will find information regarding the NDP process, the progress we have made to date, information on the various focus groups, as well as facilities to allow you to comment, make suggestions, and help us move forward.
Initial public meetings have now been held and reviews of feedback are being done and we will be contacting residents again soon. We have a grant for this initial work from Locality. The current expectation is for the project to take about two years.
The Steering Group is:
Mike Eccott firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny Exley email@example.com
Lesley Greene firstname.lastname@example.org
Martin Brown email@example.com
Roger Budgeon firstname.lastname@example.org
Tony Martin email@example.com
- District Councillor
Martin Brown firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to be involved please send an email to a member of the Steering Group.
Stroud District Council’s Local Plan Review (PDF) Copies of the Draft Local Plan, together with supporting and background papers, are available to view and download at www.stroud.gov.uk/localplanreview.
You can see the Parish Council Response to the consultation here (PDF)
Click here to see Bisley-with-Lypiatt Parish Council response (PDF) to the Draft Recommendations in the SDC’s Community Governance Review as agreed at our meeting on 6th March 2019.
Stroud Street Spaces Project
The project looks at how we can improve shared street spaces within the town for walking and cycling and may be of interest to residents in your area. Based upon input from this consultation we want to develop, consult and trial ideas which could be implemented in the town.
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- Dark Skies Handbook (PDF) latest edition
- Changes to permitted development – SDC briefing note (PDF)
- Bisley Conservation Area
- link to Bisley Conservation Area on SDC website
- Eastcombe Conservation Area