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Frisby on the Wreake Parish Council

Serving the people of Frisby on the Wreake

Clerk: Sue Norledge
12 Orton Close, Rearsby
Leicester LE7 4XZ

Tel: 01664 424009

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Frisby Neighbourhood plan - section 16 responses

The section 16 responses to the Neighbourhood Plan can now be viewed on Melton Borough Council's website - www.meltonplan.co.uk/frisby. The responses and comments are being individually considered by the Parish Council and formal responses will be made in due course.

Posted: Wed, 19 Jul 2017 22:52 by Sue Norledge

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan

Frisby Neighbourhood Plan - hard copies

The Frisby Neighbourhood Plan has now proceeded to the regulation 16 stage. The plan can be viewed online at www.meltonplan.co.uk/frisby. Or you can borrow hard copy from the shop, the pub, the vicarage or a parish councillor. Due to the cost of printing we have limited numbers so please ensure that it is returned asap so that other villagers can use it.

All comments on the plan need to be submitted by.. Read More »

Posted: Tue, 06 Jun 2017 17:33 by Sue Norledge

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan

Frisby Neighbourhood Development Plan

Frisby Parish Council has now submitted its proposals for a Neighbourhood Development Plan for Frisby to Melton Borough Council. The plan can be viewed and comments made up until 6th July 2017 at www.meltonplan.co.uk/frisby

Posted: Sun, 28 May 2017 17:41 by Sue Norledge

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan

Site survey count

The count was held for the recent site survey on Friday evening. The count was undertaken by the vicar - David Harknett and witnesses by members of NPAC and FPC. The results can be seen in the attached file

Posted: Sun, 30 Apr 2017 13:20 by Sue Norledge

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan

Update on Neighbourhood plan

The Parish Council and the Neighbourhood Plan Advisory Committee would like to update the village on progress to date on the Neighbourhood Plan.
The consultation period ended on 21st March and many comments from the public were received which have been input into a Section 14 consultation document. The PC responses to all of the comments are currently being worked on. However, due to recent circumstances beyond our control the Rotherby Lane site is no longer a viable or.. Read More »

Posted: Sat, 01 Apr 2017 19:22 by Sue Norledge

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan

Neighbourhood Plan update

The Neighbourhood Plan draft consultation process is now complete and thanks are given to all those who made comments. The NPAC and the PC are currently working on responses to all of the comments received.

More details of the consultation process are attached

Posted: Wed, 22 Mar 2017 19:38 by Sue Norledge

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan

Broadband has arrived in Frisby

Broadband has arrived in Frisby

Posted: Fri, 24 Feb 2017 15:39 by Sue Norledge

Tags: Newsletters

draft Neighbourhood Plan update

A quick update on what has happening with the Neighbourhood Plan. A leaflet has now been delivered to all households letting them know about the consultation process. Hard copies of the plan are now available to view in the pub, shop, church and school. Posters have also been put up around the village.

The consultation period is Tuesday 7th
February to Tuesday 21st March. Any comments should be made on the comments.. Read More »

Posted: Wed, 08 Feb 2017 12:19 by Sue Norledge

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan

Draft Frisby on the Wreake Neighbourhood Plan

The draft Neighbourhood Plan for Frisby on the Wreake is now out for consultation and is available to view on this website. Please go to the planning section and click on neighbourhood plan. The consultation period lasts from Tuesday 7th February to Tuesday 21st March. If you would like to make any comments, please use the comments sheet and either email to clerk@frisby-pc.org.uk or post to Sue Norledge, 12 Orton Close, Rearsby, Leicester. LE7 4XZ.. Read More »

Posted: Mon, 06 Feb 2017 14:37 by Sue Norledge

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan

Extraordinary parish council meeting

There will be an Extraordinary meeting of the parish council on Tuesday 31st January. The purpose of the meeting is to approve the draft Neighbourhood Plan before it goes out for consultation.

Posted: Tue, 31 Jan 2017 19:30 by Sue Norledge

Tags: Neighbourhood Plan

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