Caterham, Chaldon and Whyteleafe – Regulation 16 Consultation
Tandridge District Council published the submitted Caterham, Chaldon and Whyteleafe Neighbourhood Plan for a six week consultation, running from 9am Friday 19 July until 5pm on Monday 2 September 2019. This consultation is now closed.
You can view the responses made to the consultation at https://tandridge-consult.objective.co.uk/portal/neighbourhood_plans. Personal details have been redacted.
The documents which were consulted on are available to download below.
Supporting information and additional documentation is available to view at www.ccwnp.org.uk.
The Consultation Statement Addendum July 2019 and Annex I to the Consultation Statement explain that in June 2019 owners of land proposed to be designated as Local Green Space were notified of this by the CCW Steering Group.
Three responses were received. You can see the responses here.
The landowners were also consulted formally as part of the Regulation 16 consultation described above.
An independent Examiner (Mr Jeremy Edge) has been appointed by Tandridge District Council, and all the responses made to the Regulation 16 consultation, and the three responses to the June 2019 consultation on Local Green Space, together with the material submitted by the parishes at Regulation 16, have been passed to him for consideration.
Any questions raised by the Examiner, and details of any public hearing will be published on this website and on the website of the Caterham Chaldon and Whyteleafe neighbourhood plan at www.ccwnp.org.uk.
To date the Examiner has asked for further information on two issues: proposed allocations of Local Green Space, and housing sites, within the neighbourhood plan area.
He has asked the group responsible for preparing the plan to complete a template providing information on each proposed Local Green Space by mid February 2020. View the template.
He has also asked for an update of Table 5.2 in the neighbourhood plan, which lists sites for housing in the neighbourhood plan area, and requested further information on the delivery of those sites.
He is proposing to hold a hearing on Tuesday 10 March 2020, at a venue within the Neighbourhood Plan area, to consider these issues further. Further details will be published here when available.
The Examiner will report to the Council on the neighbourhood plan. If the neighbourhood plan is acceptable it will progress to local referendum, and if approved at referendum, will become part of Tandridge District Council’s planning policies for the area.
If you have any queries, please contact the Strategy Team on 01883 722000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first proposal for a Neighbourhood Plan in Tandridge was for the area made up by the Caterham Hill Parish, Caterham Valley Parish, Chaldon Parish and Whyteleafe Parish. This proposed Neighbourhood Plan was the subject of a "front runner" bid for Government funding in late 2011. The bid was successful and £20,000 was awarded to help prepare the Neighbourhood Plan. More details can be found on the website.
A formal application made by Caterham Hill Parish Council, Caterham Valley Parish Council, Chaldon Village Council and Whyteleafe Village Council to designate the Neighbourhood Area was received by the Council and was publicised in accordance with the relevant Regulations. No comments were received. On 18 July 2012 the Council designated the Caterham Hill/Caterham Valley/Chaldon/Whyteleafe Neighbourhood Area.
Upon expiry of the original designation, a formal application to re-designate the Neighbourhood Area (unchanged) was received by the Council and publicised in accordance with the relevant Regulations. No adverse comments were received. On 10 September 2018 the Council designated the Caterham Hill/Caterham Valley/Chaldon/Whyteleafe Neighbourhood Area.
The area is shown on this map of CR3 Neighbourhood Area.
The District Council has screened the proposed Neighbourhood Plan to determine if a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) will be required. The CR3 Neighbourhood Plan SEA Screening doc concludes a SEA will be required.
Following the first SEA, the Neighbourhood Plan decided to no longer allocate sites. View the update to the SEA.