5. Consultations on neighbourhood plans
Windsor Neighbourhood Plan 2019-2034: Submission Version Regulation 16 consultation
The Windsor Neighbourhood Plan Forum has submitted a neighbourhood plan for the Windsor neighbourhood area including west Windsor. The plan aims to manage the development coming forward in the neighbourhood area to better reflect the wishes of the community and to take greater account of what makes the area special to the community. It sets out a number of objectives for the area and planning policies to guide future development to help determine planning applications in the area.
The Regulation 16 "Submission" consultation commences on Monday 20 May and will run until midnight on Friday 5 July 2019.
Where the plan can be inspected:
You can review the Windsor Neighbourhood Plan 2019–2034: Submission Version and supporting documents on our consultation portal and at the following links:
- Windsor Neighbourhood Plan 2019-2034: Submission Version
- Windsor Neighbourhood Plan Appendix 3 - Local Urban Open Spaces
- Windsor Neighbourhood Plan Appendix 4 – Design Guide
- Windsor Neighbourhood Plan Appendix 5 – Local Viewing Corridors
- Windsor Neighbourhood Plan Appendix 6 – Non-Designated Heritage Assets List
- Windsor Neighbourhood Plan Appendix 7 – Townscapes
- Windsor Neighbourhood Plan - Basic Conditions Statement
- Windsor Neighbourhood Plan - Statement of Consultation
- Windsor Neighbourhood Plan – Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA)
Paper copies of the Windsor Neighbourhood Plan 2019–2034: Submission Version and the main supporting documents can also be viewed at the following locations during their usual opening hours:
- Maidenhead Library, St Ives Road, Maidenhead, SL6 1QU
- Windsor Library, Bachelors Acre, Windsor, SL4 1ER
- Dedworth Library, Dedworth School, Smiths Lane, SL4 5PE
- Eton Library, 136 High Street, SL4 6AR
- Eton Wick Library, Village Hall, SL4 6LT
- Old Windsor Library, Straight Road, SL4 2RN
How to make representations
Comments or representations can be made in any of the following ways:
- Via our online consultation portal
- Please download our Guide to using the Online Portal for further information.
- If you have forgotten your password, please use this link to obtain a new one: Forgotten Password
- By completing the representation form, then return it to us either
- By email to [email protected] or
- By post to Planning Policy, Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead, Town Hall, St Ives Road, Maidenhead, SL6 1RF
All representations must be received by the council by midnight on Friday 5 July 2019.
Please remember that the examiner will only be assessing whether the plan meets the basic conditions and other relevant legal requirements as laid out in the Localism Act 2011.
Your representation should cover all of the supporting information and evidence necessary to justify your response. After this stage, further representations will only be at the request of the Examiner, based on the matters and issues identified in the examination.
Please note that responses must be attributable to named individuals or organisations. They will be available for public inspection on our Portal and website and cannot be treated as confidential. For further information see our privacy notice.
Should you have any queries about the documents or the consultation process please do not hesitate to contact us on 01628 796357 or by emailing [email protected].