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Consultations

Medbourne Neighbourhood Plan - Examination

From: 07/02/2018 To: 22/03/2018.

Submission of Neighbourhood Plan

Notice is given that the Medbourne Neighbourhood Plan has been resubmitted by Medbourne Parish Council to Harborough District Council for examination.
In accordance with the regulations, the following documents have been submitted for examination:

View more information and the Neighbourhood Plan evidence base.

Your Comments

A 6 week consultation on the proposed Neighbourhood Plan is now underway running from 7 February 2018 until 22 March 2018. Representations on the Plan Proposal are welcome on the Medbourne response form only and must be submitted to Harborough District Council no later than 22 March 2018 as follows:
• by email to medbournenp@harborough.gov.uk; or
• by post to Strategic Planning, Harborough District Council, The Symington Building, Adam & Eve Street, Market Harborough, LE16 7AG

Hard copies of the documents can be inspected at:
• Customer Services, Harborough District Council
• Medbourne Village Shop and Post Office, 3 Spring Bank, Medbourne LE16 8EB
• Medbourne Sports Club, Hallaton Road, Medbourne
• Market Harborough Library

If you wish to be notified of the Council’s decision on the plan proposal then please state this in your representation.

Harborough District Council will appoint a suitably qualified Examiner to carry out an examination into the Medbourne Neighbourhood Plan. Please note that all representations received during the consultation period will be forwarded to the appointed Examiner and will be publically available.    

In completing the representation form, please be aware that the Examiner will only be testing whether the proposed Neighbourhood Plan meets the basic conditions and other relevant legal requirements. The Examiner will not be testing the soundness of the plan or looking at other material considerations but checking that the plan:  

  • Has regard to national policy and advice contained in guidance issued by the Secretary of State
  • Contributes to the achievement of sustainable development
  • Is in general conformity with the Core Strategy
  • Does not breach, and is otherwise compatible with, EU and human rights obligations
  • Meets prescribed conditions and complies with prescribed matters
  • Meets the legal requirements