Maps you might find useful
The map to the right shows the area of the Manydown Development in relation to the Wootton St Lawrence and Ramsdell Parish (Neighbourhood Plan Area) Boundary.
As the proposed Manydown development is already a 'done deal', the Neighbourhood Plan is only able to designate land outside the Manydown development area (shown in red). The Neighbourhood Plan can, however, comment on the development's impact and bring influence to bear over the Country Park and Strategic Gap.
Below is the boundary and landscaping layout to the Manydown development. The majority is within the Parish boundary so we can advise on how the impact to the villages should be minimised. The Country Park and Strategic Gap are key areas that the Neighbourhood Plan can advise on.
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You will find lots of useful information and can leave your comments on the Manydown Development Plan..
The map to the left shows the boundary of the Civil Parish that makes up the Neighbourhood Plan area. It includes the villages of Wootton St Lawrence and Ramsdell, Upper Wootton, West Heath and part of Charter Alley.
This area was designated as the Neighbourhood Plan Area by the Parish Council and agreed by BDBC in 2013.
When the Neighbourhood Plan is being designed, sites can only be designated - whether for protection, amenity or development - that are within the Neighbourhood Plan Area. It may be that no sites are put forward, several are or that more than one is offered for a similar purpose. If this happens, the site which will be designated in the Plan will be decided by vote in the Referendum. This will happen towards the end of the Neighbourhood Plan process.
We are working now towards a Referendum date around late Summer/Autumn 2018 following the addition of further stages to the Plan process. More precise timings will depend on that spent on consultation periods by BDBC and its scrutineers.