The Limpsfield Neighbourhood Plan has been published by Tandridge District Council and consultation on its contents finishes at 5pm on Monday 29 October.
The plan has been drawn up by local residents and Limpsfield Parish Council. It sets out what Limpsfield could look like in the future, reflecting what the local community would like to see in their area.
Under the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations, the plan was submitted to Tandridge District Council by Limpsfield Parish Council. The District Council is now consulting on it, before sending it to an external, independent examiner for approval. If approved the plan would go to a public vote (a referendum) next year.
The plan will influence the way the parish develops over the coming years and sets out ways to:
· Protect local green spaces and the Green Belt.
· Improve broadband access and speeds in the more remote parts of the parish.
· Ensure the Oxted Health Centre continues to serve the community and expands as necessary.
· Protect the heritage and character of Limpsfield Parish.
· Improve the options for walking, cycling and travelling by bus.
· Support local businesses.
To view the plan visit www.tandridge.gov.uk/Limpsfieldnp, or go to the Council Offices in Oxted or any library to look at paper copies.
You can leave comments by:
Visiting the consultation portal at http://consult.tandridge.gov.uk/portal
Writing to Tandridge District Council, 8 Station Road East, Oxted RH8 0BT.