Thank you to everyone who completed the previous Neighbourhood Plan survey. We had almost 1,000 responses overall across the seven parishes, which is fantastic. Summary reports which provide an overview of the responses received are available on the DDNP website: www.ddnp.info
This consultation focuses on additional sites and local green spaces which were put forward by residents and landowners as part of the last consultation. Each of these has been independently assessed and we are now seeking your views on their inclusion in the Neighbourhood Plan. Consultation is an important part of developing the Neighbourhood Plan and all the feedback we receive from residents and businesses will be considered fully alongside other evidence, such as independent assessment, when determining which sites will be allocated.
The first page of the survey asks for your views on site allocations and has questions for each of the parishes with additional sites. The second page is about green spaces, and again there are questions for all of the parishes with additional areas to be considered.
You don't have to answer all of the questions - if you are just interested in a particular parish and not others, please skip the questions relating to others.
If you wish to navigate backward and forward between the different pages of the survey you can do so by clicking on the 'previous' button at the bottom of the survey page. Please note that if you click the 'back' arrow in your Internet browser at the top of the screen you may lose the responses you've already made.
We remain on track to have a draft of the Diss and District Neighbourhood Plan by early 2021 and should be in a position to consult on the plan and policies it contains in Spring 2021.
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