Neighbourhood Plan


Rottingdean Neighbourhood Plan Final Strategic Environmental Assessment Determination
This is the SEA (Strategic Environment Assessment) screening report which identifies that Rottingdean Parish Neighbourhood Plan will require a full SEA Assessment, following an initial scoping exercise, to be undertaken early next year..
Uploaded 15 Dec 2015

Neighbourhood Development Plan - Call for Sites
As part of its work in assessing future development needs, the Rottingdean Neighbourhood Plan Working Group is calling upon landowners and agents of land within the parish who would like their sites to be considered within the Neighbourhood Plan. For futther details please click HERE 
Updated  9th November  2015

Housing Needs Survey
Rottingdean Parish Council carried out a Housing Needs Survey at the start of 2015, with the professional assistance of AECOM. These have now been analysed and are summarised here Rottingdean Housing Needs Survey Conclusions and Recommendations
These findings will help ensure our Neighbourhood Plan takes into account local housing needs.
Updated August 11th 2015
 
Emerging Neighbourhood Plan
 
Following on from the Village Survey, we drew up a set of Objectives for the Plan and consulted the Parish on these in summer 2014. The survey results were as follows:
Vision and Strategic Objectives Survey Summary
 
Given concerns regarding Objective 6 (Planned Housing Growth), we revised this to reflect the need for infrastructure to keep pace with any new development.
 
Our Neighbourhood Plan is a work-in-progress. Please click on the link to see the latest version of our Vision, Objectives and Intentions, reflecting consultation with residents and organisations in the Parish.
 
Vision, Objectives and Intentions
 
We are completing a set of policies to help achieve these objectives and aim to publish a consultation draft of the Neighbourhood Plan in autumn 2015.

Possible Housing Developments in Rottingdean
You can email back your feedback to sue.john@rottingdean-pc.gov.uk or post it to the address shown on the sheet.

Rottingdean Parish has been given the go-ahead to develop a Neighbourhood Development Plan. This will add weight to planning and development policies adopted by the village via a local Referendum. We hope that this will take place 2014.
Over the course of this year, we have been consulting the local community on their priorities, views and aspirations. In the summer, we carried out a survey open to anyone living, working or studying in the village. For a full summary of the survey results, please visit our website Noticeboard. or Surveys
 
We are carrying out more in-depth consultation before drawing up a draft vision for the village and testing priorities for the Plan. If you would like more information about the Plan or to contribute to this process, please email our Parish Clerk, James Simister.”
Rottingdean Neighbourhood Plan Survey detailed report
 
The questionnaire was publicised via a card delivery to all households in the Parish, i.e. 1560 addresses. The questionnaire was available electronically via a link from Rottingdean Parish Council website www.rottingdean-pc.gov.uk to Brighton & Hove City Council website where it was hosted. Paper copies were made available to those either unwilling or unable to complete the questionnaire on-line.
 
The questionnaire was directed at residents, those working or studying in the village or visiting regularly for other reasons. The survey period was from Saturday 3 August to Friday 27th September to encourage maximum participation. A total of 181 completed questionnaires were returned; 153 of these were electronic returns and 22 were on paper.

Results were collated by Brighton & Hove’s Environment Initiatives Team and presented at a meeting of Rottingdean Parish Council on 7 October. These findings will help to inform the development of our Parish Neighbourhood Plan. Many thanks to all those who took the time to complete the survey.

View the survey results here

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