The Tarvin Neighbourhood Plan has being drafted by a Steering Group formed for that purpose.
July 2018 update: A draft of the Plan been published and is attached on the left side of the page. The draft plan has been sent for statutory consultation to relevant stakeholders. The period of consultation is from 8th August to 26th September 2018. Comments should be emailed either to Councillor Ted Lush by email: email@example.com or in writing to Ted at Woodlea, Platts Lane, Tarvin, CH3 8LH.
The plan is being sent for comment to relevant national bodies that are designated, these range from energy companies to Historic England, relevant local bodies such as the Woodland Trust and those that may have an interest in land that the plan touches on.
Each household in the parish will shortly receive a letter inviting them to comment on the plan. Please contribute by making your voice heard on the contents which will shape the development of Tarvin over the next ten years and beyond.
Two public meetings, both held in the Edna Rose room at the Community Centre, will be an opportunity for comments. The first will be at 14:00 on Wednesday 12th September and the second at 19:30 on Friday 14th September.
The key recommendations of the Plan are:
>> No significant housing development (defined as 6 houses or more) in the Plan area until after 2030, and then only once congestion on the A51, parking in Tarvin village centre and access to health facilities in Tarvin have all been comprehensively addressed
>> Any significant post-2030 housing development to be in Tarvin village itself, to the east of Church Street and Tarporley Road
>> Support for additional outdoor sports facilities in the village
>> Improved cycling routes between Oscroft and Tarvin
>> Key sites to be protected from development and an aspiration to extend the Community Woodland northwards to the A54.
The draft document is now subject to a statutory consultation before being the subject of a Parish referendum.