The Bridport Area Neighbourhood Plan (BANP) Area was designated in 2014 comprising the parishes of Allington, Bothenhampton & Walditch, Bradpole, Bridport and Symondsbury.
A Neighbourhood Plan for the designated area was to put to a referendum in February 2020.
FEBRUARY 27th 2020 REFERENDUM RESULT:
NOTE: DORSET COUNCIL WILL NOW FORMALLY ADOPT THE PLAN FOLLOWING THE REFERENDUM RESULT. THIS ADOPTION WAS EXPECTED TO HAPPEN IN EARLY APRIL 2020 BUT THE INTERVENING COVID-19 CRISIS HAS MEANT THAT DORSET COUNCIL CABINET MEETINGS, ALONG WITH OTHER SCHEDULED COUNCIL MEETINGS, HAVE BEEN CANCELLED.
Bridport Town Council and all the parishes wish to extend grateful thanks to the many community volunteers who contributed their time and effort towards the creation of the neighbourhood plan.
The Neighbourhood Plan will become part of the local planning framework and be a statutory influence on land use and development in the neighbourhood plan area up to 2036.
As well as setting out guidelines for future developments the Neighbourhood Plan also identifies the green spaces, landscape and historic features which are now provided with an additional layer of protection. see: Protecting Bradpole’s Landscape.
The Plan, including the projects therein, will be monitored and reviewed by the Joint Councils Committee (NPJCC) comprising of elected representatives from the participating parishes.
The NPJCC will meet regularly under a governance document agreed by the parishes: NPJCC Terms of Reference
Further Neighbourhood Plan Information is available from the Bridport Town Council website:
And also at: Dorset Council
BRADPOLE PARISH COUNCIL & Neighbourhood Planning
“Ensuring town & parish councils retain responsibility for their own areas”
A Primary responsibility of Bradpole Council is to represent the views of residents of the Civil Parish. These representations are agreed by the council, as a corporate body, and reflect the responses and views expressed by residents in various consultations and public gatherings.
Neighbourhood Plan Archives
In 2017 Bradpole Council published its response to the various development land options that had been brought forward at the time:
In 2016 Bradpole Council published a report which contributed to the content of the Neighbourhood Plan:
Bradpole Council has always sought to be informed by its residents through consultations within the Civil Parish:
together with our Heritage of Bradpole & Pymore Page
THE LOCAL PLAN
The Bridport Area Neighbourhood Plan will sit alongside the