Barnack’s involvement in local planning and development is long-standing. This includes the production of the Village Design Statement in 2001 and publication of the first Parish Plan in 2005. In response to the 2011 Localism Act, Barnack Parish Council decided to revisit these documents, and in 2014 a new Parish Action Plan was drawn up.The Parish Action Plan is reviewed every two years with a hard copy being delivered to every household in the Parish.
In December 2017 Barnack Parish Council held a public meeting to investigate the level of community support for producing a Neighbourhood Plan. In a subsequent poll, 84% of the votes cast were in favour of producing one. In July 2018 the Parish Council decided to go ahead with a Neighbourhood Plan and appointed a Working Group to draft it.
Barnack Neighbourhood Area was formally designated in February 2019, comprising the whole of Barnack Parish excluding Burghley Park and Burghley House.
The Draft Neighbourhood Plan Consultation
Barnack Parish Council is now commencing its final Consultation on the Neighbourhood Plan.
Comments are welcome and will be accepted between Friday 22 January to 11:59pm on Friday 5 March 2021.
The full text of the Neighbourhood Plan can be viewed by downloading the pdf below, or a paper copy borrowed from Dr. Margaret Palmer, Deputy Chair of the Council. Please email her at email@example.com or by telephone 01780 740988.
The Neighbourhood Plan and associated documents can be viewed on the Peterborough City Council Website (from Friday 22nd January) at www.peterborough.gov.uk and search ‘neighbourhood plans’
Please download the response form to submit your comments. Either email your response to firstname.lastname@example.org or deliver the questionnaire to Barnack Parish Council, The Village Hall, School Road, Barnack PE9 3DZ.