Neighbourhood Planning Front Runners Scheme
NEARLY 1000 PEOPLE VOTED YES FOR THE NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN
The neighbourhood plan has been supported by the majority of Sudbury residents who voted. The new Neighbourhood Plan for Sudbury will now be used by Brent Council to guide development and planning decisions in the Sudbury area, after 905 Sudbury residents voted in favour of it in a local vote held on Thursday 10 September. The total number of votes cast was 960, a turnout of 16.38%. a total of 905 voted yes and 52 voted no, with 3 ballot papers rejected for being unmarked.
The Neighbourhood Plan, which was prepared by the Sudbury Town Residents Association in consultation with local residents, is the first ever Neighbourhood Plan to become part of Brent Council’s planning policy since neighbourhood plans were introduced under the Localism Act in 2011 to give communities a greater say in how their neighbourhoods develop.
Thank you very much for your support. Without your help and support we could not have achieved this amazing result of 93% YES VOTE.
Do you live in Sudbury? Are you passionate about improving the area? Guess what, so are we!
We've got regular meetings, plenty of social events and a burning desire to maintain everything that's great about Sudbury – and see what we can do to improve the not-so-great parts too.
Join STRA today and do as much or as little as you like.
Tel: 020 8144 5645
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Seriously, anything at all!
Whatever skills or experience you have, we could use your help. We've got lots of ongoing campaigns, projects and ideas and we would simply love it if you got involved!
To find out more about getting involved, email firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject heading "Get involved!", and briefly introduce yourself.
Our newsletter will recommence, in a digital format. We are working hard behind the scenes to make that happen sometime after our 2019 AGM.
SUDBURY & HARROW ROAD STATION and local train service
'Meet the Managers' at Marylebone.
Your chance to tell Chiltern Railways managers what you think - in person! Please check the Chiltern Railways website www.chilternrailways.co.uk for the next of these regular informal meetings.
For details of the next members meeting and a write up of our AGM click here.
STRA has two Facebook Pages, one for general STRA matters and one for events. Sudbury Town also has its own Facebook page.