The Rye Neighbourhood Plan – Summary of Technical Process

Rye Neighbourhood Plan  

The documents in the table below summarise the stages of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 process.   Information will be added with the relevant dates as progress is made.


Statutory Sections of the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations
Reg. 5 and 6 – Area designation

The designation of a neighbourhood area is the first formal stage in preparing a Neighbourhood Development Plan (see the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2012). The approved designated areas within Arun District Council’s Local Planning Authority Area (LPAA) are shown in the

Town Councils are able to continue work on their neighbourhood plan while the proposed geography of the neighbourhood area is being determine

Rother District Council is committed to publishing all applications received in its LPAA (in accordance with The Town and Country Planning Act 1990, The Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 Part 2, Regulation 6).

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Rye Town Council has applied to Rother District Council for designation of Neighbourhood Area under Part 2 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012.

These documents indicate those areas where Rother District Council has received an application to designate a Neighbourhood Area in its LPAA.

Consultation Dates ( 6 weeks):

 Completed: 
Reg. 7 – Publicising a designation of a neighbourhood area etc.

 

Decision Published 

Designation decision 
Reg. 14 – Pre-submission consultation and publicity

A qualifying body must publicise the draft neighbourhood plan or Order for at least 6 weeks and consult any of the consultation bodies whose interests it considers may be affected by the draft plan or order proposal (see regulation 14 and  regulation 21 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012)

Consultation Dates ( 6 weeks)

During the consultation period the applications can be viewed: online OR at Rye Library OR at Rye Town Hall, OR at the Tilling Green Centre.  Comments on the documents can be made:

By email to :

By survey on the Website   www.ryeneighbourhoodplan.org.uk

By letter to Rye Town Hall

Please note that any representations may include a request to be notified of the local planning authority’s decision under regulation 19 in relation to the Neighbourhood Plan.

Pre-Submission Plan

Rye Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group Website

www.ryeneighbourhoodplan.org.uk

Rye Town Council Website

Reg. 15 – Plan proposals (submission)

NOTICE IS GIVEN that Rye Town Council ….  to Rother District Council Local Planning Authority Area (LPAA) their Plan Proposal under Part 5 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012:

During the consultation period the applications can be viewed: online OR at Rye Library OR at Rye Town Hall, OR at the Tilling Green Centre.

Reg. 16 – Publicising a plan proposal

Consultation Dates (6 Weeks) …………..

Comments on the documents can be made:

By email to :

By survey on the Website   www.ryeneighbourhoodplan.org.uk

By letter to Rye Town Hall

Please note that any representations may include a request to be notified of the local planning authority’s decision under regulation 19 in relation to the neighbourhood development plan.

Reg 15 Submission Plan

Basic Conditions Statement

Consultation Statement

Evidence Base

Sustainability Assessment and Sequential/Exception Tests

Reg. 17 – Submission of a plan proposal to examination

The submission documents and the representations received were sent to the Examiner and Rye Town Council

Reg.16 Summary of representations

Reg.16   Rother DC comments

Reg. 18 – Publication of the examiner’s report and plan proposal decisions

 

Rye – Examiners Comments

Final Examination Report

Reg. 19 – Decision on a plan proposal Reg.19 Rye Town Council statement

Reg. 19 Submission Plan with Examiners Changes

Rother District Council notice to voters

 

Reg. 20 – Publicising a Neighbourhood Development Plan (‘made’ plans) Reg.20 statement

Reg. 20 Submission Plan with Examiners Modifications

 

Referendum

Referendum held …………..

More information can be found on the Neighbourhood Plan Referendums page

 

Examination of the Rye Neighbourhood Plan

Notice …..  given that the appointed independent examiner into the above draft Neighbourhood Plan decided to hold a public hearing as part of the examination on …… The purpose of the hearing was to assist the independent examiner to see whether the Neighbourhood Plan met the basic conditions and other relevant legal requirements. A Neighbourhood Plan meets the basic conditions (set out in Schedule 4B, paragraph 8 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990) if:

  • having regard to national policies and advice contained in guidance issued by the Secretary of State, it is appropriate to make the plan;
  • the making of the plan contributes to the achievement of sustainable development;
  • the making of the plan is in general conformity with the strategic policies contained in the development plan for the area of the authority (or any part of that area); and
  • the making of the plan does not breach, and is otherwise compatible with, EU and Human Rights obligations.