Neighbourhood planning referendums
Neighbourhood planning was introduced under the Localism Act to give members of the community a more 'hands on' role in the planning of their neighbourhoods. It enables communities to develop a shared vision for their neighbourhood and deliver the sustainable development they need through planning policies relating to the development and use of land.
If you are interested in attending the counting of the votes for your local neighbourhood planning referendum, please contact us on 01432 260107 or email email@example.com The vote count starts at 10pm and we will provide you with the location. Spaces are limited.
Neighbourhood planning referendums postponed
Due to the current situation regarding the Coronavirus, the Returning Officer has made the decision that all neighbourhood planning referendums are to be postponed until further notice to ensure the safety of all voters and elections staff.
The following will be run again when we are in a position to do so:
- Ross-on-Wye neighbourhood planning referendum
- Bredenbury and District neighbourhood planning referendum
- Titley Group neighbourhood planning referendum