NPN / LPA quarterly meeting
The next NPN meeting with the planning officers is on
Thursday 19 July
at 5.30 to 7.00
in Brunel House reception area, St George’s Road.
The main topic will be Neighbourhood Development Plans.
Sarah O’Driscoll will be explaining what the processes are for designating a Neighbourhood Planning Area, applying to become a Neighbourhood Development Forum who will be able to bring forward a Neighbourhood Development Plan for their area and the proposed timetable for the first round of applications, after the front runner groups have been approved.
We will be hearing from the current ‘front runner’ groups, and will also be reminding ourselves about the other options for groups to draw up planning principles for their area, where they do not have significant new development sites to bring forward.
Please can you let me know if you intend to come to this meeting?
Please note: that the building is closed to the public after 5 pm, and the doors will have to be opened by BCC staff from 5.15 – 5.30 as people arrive. If you wish to come but may be late, can you let me know and I will give you a mobile number to ring when you arrive, so that someone can let you in.
I have been asked to circulate information from various organisations about meetings or other events that may be of interest to NPN members.
I would be grateful if you could tell me whether this is something that you would welcome or not.
Notes from the joint conference on 9 June are on the NPN website
ther items of interest:
see Bristol Civic Society website and Architecture Centre website for news about talks, exhibitions and events, and Design Bristol for information about design and placemaking in Bristol.
BCC Development Services department sends out regular newsletters to the local architects and planners. The latest is posted on the NPN website here. There is a Planning Users Group page on the BCC website, where notes of the quarterly User group meetings are posted.