This Regulation 18 consultation on the Draft Strategy shows what the final local plan could look like, as well as including preferred site proposals for where development could occur in the Draft Sites Plan. Views are welcome on all aspects of the local plan, from its objectives and the high-level policies, through to details of particular sites proposed for development and the evidence base supporting its development.
To give as many people as possible the chance to comment we will be doing the following as part of our consultation:
The quickest and easiest way of responding to this consultation is online at ‘Have Your Say’ on this website.
Once comments have been checked and verified they will be available online (with respondents’ names) for others to see.
Any representations which contain offensive comments will be removed from the consultation site. Whilst we will include names on our website, we will remove personal contact details such as addresses, telephone numbers, emails and signatures before publishing.
If you wish to comment but feel you have a strong reason for your name to be withheld from publication, you can contact your district councillor who will put forward your comments as appropriate.
Please note that where you submit your views in writing to your local district councillor, this is described as “lobbying” and the local member will be obliged to pass these on. The local district councillor will be required to provide your details to the GNLP where they will be stored for their records.
Please note, however, that if you subsequently wish to comment as part of the formal Regulation 19 (Final Draft) stage of the Greater Norwich Local Plan comments must be attributable for the public examination by the Planning Inspectorate.
See our Privacy notice for information on how we manage your personal information.
If you have any further questions about the ways to comment, or if you need access to the consultation documentation in an alternative format or language, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 01603 306603.