Archive for Tag: referendum

  • Neighbourhood Plan referendum delivers emphatic “yes”!

    The Much Wenlock Neighbourhood Plan referendum took place yesterday. The referendum is one of three that took place on 22nd May. The fourteen that had already taken place across England have all received a “Yes” vote with the levels of approval varying between 74% and 96%. Much Wenlock delivered a very clear 85% “yes” vote. This is a…

  • Much Wenlock Neighbourhood Plan report by independent examiner

    The ground-breaking Much Wenlock Neighbourhood Plan is described in his report by the independent examiner, Andrew Ashcroft, thus: “The Plan has been prepared in a very professional way. Its design, policies and approach are informative and easy to understand, and it is clear that there has been a high degree of community support and interest.…

  • Much Wenlock Neighbourhood Plan – examiner seeks clarification

    The independent examiner is seeking clarification from the Town Council on a series of issues in the Plan that were not considered at the October hearing. Until this is resolved the examiner cannot complete his report. This means that the referendum on the Plan will be delayed until the New Year.

  • Much Wenlock Neighbourhood Plan hearing date announced

    The independent examiner will be holding a hearing into the Neighbourhood Plan on 17th October. This will be held in public, consistent with the open nature of this whole process. It is not a “public meeting” – the examiner has invited the participants – but it is an opportunity for you to see and hear…