Madeley Neighbourhood Plan
On 10 April 2017, Madeley Parish Council applied to Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council to designate the Parish of Madeley as a neighbourhood area. The proposed neighbourhood area was approved by the Borough Council on 11 May 2017. This designation is in accordance with Regulation 5A of The Neighbourhood Planning (General) and Development Management Procedure (Amendment) Regulations 2016 which came into force on 1 October 2016. These regulations included an amendment whereby if a neighbourhood area application from a parish council equates to the whole of the parish area, consultation prior to the designation of the neighbourhood area is no longer required. The qualifying body was Madeley Parish Council. A map showing the extent of the designated neighbourhood area and a covering letter from the parish council which explains why the designated area is considered to be appropriate are available to view via the links below.
- Letter from Madeley Parish Council setting out the reasons why the designated area is considered to be appropriate
- Map showing the extent of the Madeley Neighbourhood Area
Madeley Parish Council have produced a website with information relating to the production of the Madeley Neighbourhood Plan.
Habitat Regulations Assessment and Strategic Environmental Assessment Screening
Madeley Parish Council requested a HRA and SEA Screening Opinion on the draft Madeley Neighbourhood Development Plan on 23 September 2019. Following consultation with the Environment Agency, Natural England and Historic England the HRA Screening Statement and SEA Screening Statement both dated 6 December 2019 were issued to the Parish Council on 12 December 2019.
Last updated 14 February 2020