The Tarvin Neighbourhood Plan has being drafted by a Steering Group formed for that purpose.
April 2019: The draft of the Plan as approved by the Parish Council has now been approved by the Local Planning Authority (LPA) , Cheshire West and Chester Council. Following approval, the LPA carried out a 6 weeks' publicity period.
The Plan is now with an independent examiner who will consider whether the Plan meets basic conditions, including that it complies with national planning policies, local planning policies and European obligations. The examiner will make recommendations to the LPA on whether the Plan can proceed to local referendum, subject, if necessary, to modifications.
Click on this link to view all current documentation on the LPA's website regarding the Plan's progress through this process.
Assuming the LPA regards the Plan as satisfactory, with modifications if necessary, it will arrange for a local referendum to be held. More than 50% of those voting in the referendum must vote "yes" for the Plan to be "made".
Once the Plan is made it comes into force and will be used by the LPA when deciding planning applications.
All being well the Plan could be made by mid 2019.
See alongside for the submitted Draft and representations submitted by stakeholders to the initial consultation exercise.