Brimscombe & Thrupp Parish Council

Neighbourhood Development Plan

Regulation 15 : Submission to Stroud District Council

We are now at Regulation 15 stage. The public consultation has been held, comments and feedback have been incorporated into the draft NDP, and it has been submitted to Stroud District Council for their review process.

You can read the documents by following the links below, or if you prefer you can view physical paper copies. We have 2 copies available. One is available at the Parish Council Office at Brimscombe Port Mill, the other is at Stroud Brewery.

The Port Building

Our Neighbourhood Development Plan (the "NDP") has been developed to establish a vision for the parish and to help deliver the local community's aspirations and needs

Building from our Brimscombe and Thrupp Parish Plan 2011 – 2016, our Neighbourhood Development Plan will be a planning policy document that will be a statutory document incorporated into the district planning framework and must be used by Stroud District Council to determine planning applications in our parish.

Every effort has been made to ensure that the views and policies contained in this document reflect the views of Brimscombe and Thrupp parish residents.

Some of the key benefits of our Plan are to:

  • Enable the community to play its part in addressing climate change
  • Protect the parish from uncontrolled or poorly placed development
  • Ensure that development is sympathetic to and improved the look and feel of the parish

Supporting Information

  • Assets of Community Value (PDF, 431 Kb)

    Process for registering assets of community value

  • Parish Biodiversity Information

    The information on biodiversity status and opportunities within the parish has been produced in cooperation with the Gloucestershire Ecosystem Service and forms part of the body of evidence on which we drew in formulating our NDP.

  • Parish Survey 2021 Results
  • Neighbourhood Plan Archive

    The Steering Group set up to develop this plan has held a number of consultation events and meetings to gather input from the community. This archive site was set up before the Parish Council launched its new website and is an invaluable source of background information on the project.

  • Parish Plan 2011 - 2016

    Original Parish Plan Documents

Last updated: Wed, 27 Sep 2023 14:44