Hart Housing Options Consultation – May 2017
Hart Plan: Strategy and Sites 2011-2032
Hart District Council is consulting on a Draft Local Plan: Strategy and Sites. The Draft Plan sets out how much new development Hart thinks should take place in Hart, and where, when and how it should be delivered. NB This is not the final Plan. It is a chance for residents to see the draft policies and proposals and to have their say. You are therefore invited to comment on the Draft Plan, and supporting evidence including an Interim Sustainability Appraisal Report.
The consultation runs from 26th April to 4pm 9th June 2017
A hard copy of the Draft Local Plan (which must be viewed on site) and hard copy response forms are available in the Parish Rooms, Croft Lane.
Public ‘drop-in’ exhibitions are to be held at the following venues (no appointments needed):
- Wednesday 10 May – 2pm to 8pm, The Tythings, Yateley, GU46 7RP
- Thursday 11 May – 2pm to 8pm, Ridley Hall, South Warnborough, RG29 1RQ
- Monday 15 May – 4.30pm to 8pm, Hawley Leisure Centre, GU17 9BW
If you are unable to get to on of these sessions the Display used may be viewed at
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Crondall Parish Council Response
The Parish Council submitted the following response to Hart on 2nd June 2017:-
Relationship With Neighbourhood Plan
Please note this consultation is entirely separate from work on the Crondall Neighbourhood Plan. http://www.crondall-pc.gov.uk/whats-on/neighbourhood-plan
Although Hart has indicated indicative numbers for new dwellings in Crondall they have also committed to taking into account the suggested sites and numbers of dwellings submitted through the Neighbourhood Planning process.
If you are interested in future development in Crondall you are strongly encouraged to take part in both the Hart consultation and the opportunities afforded through the Crondall Neighbourhood Plan process.
Hart Council will take all valid consultation comments into account when preparing their next version of the Local Plan: the ‘Proposed Submission Version’. The Proposed Submission Version will then go out to a further consultation (target date winter 2017) prior to being submitted for ‘examination’ by a Government Planning Inspector. Once adopted the Plan will form part of the statutory Development Plan which is the primary basis for determining planning applications. It will replace some of the Saved Policies in the Hart District Local Plan 1996-2006.