WORKING FOR YOU SINCE 1894
Morland Parish Council voted recently to pursue the development of a Neighbourhood Plan.
Such plans have been around for a while, they are broadly a document designed to identify aspects of planning for the economic health and wellbeing of villages and towns. Their specific function is around housing needs, so identifying land and landowners willing perhaps to consider their plot as a designated area for future development is paramount.
In addition to this, other aspects of village life are considered, for example, landscape protection, business support and maximising the general amenity of Morland for residents and tourists alike.
There is government funding available to help in the production of the plan and this covers the cost of employing an experienced author. If we do not do our own neighbourhood plan, it is possible that development could be imposed on the village, this is the main reason the Parish Council has decided to take on this substantial project.
NOTICE OF NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT PLAN PROPOSAL
Morland Neighbourhood Area
Notice is hereby given that a
Neighbourhood Development Plan Proposal
For Parish of Morland, Cumbria
is available for inspection at the following locations:
Mill Yard Cafe, Morland, Penrith
by arrangement with Cllr Lesley Robson Tel 01931 714050
If you have any representations to make on this Plan Proposal please make them in writing to:
Cllr Lesley Robson
Cllr Peter Taylor
Cllr D Fitton
by email to
The date by which any representations must be received is not less than 6 weeks form the date of this notice (the date of first publicity of the Proposal) or by
5pm 16th February 18.
Dated 5th January 2018