Current stage

Submission

Kenilworth Town Council as the qualifying body, has prepared a Neighbourhood Plan with the help of the community.  The Kenilworth Neighbourhood Plan has been formally submitted to Warwick District Council as the local planning authority, and it is now the subject of a period of public consultation in accordance with Regulation 16 of the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations.  The plan sets out a vision for the future of the town, and planning policies intended to be used in the determination of local planning applications. 

How to comment

Comments on the Kenilworth Neighbourhood Plan Submission Version are invited until 18 May 2018 (16:45).

Comments can be made:

Within any representation you may include a request to be notified of the local planning authority’s decision under regulation 19 of the Neighbourhood planning regulations in relation to the neighbourhood plan. 

Copies of all representations received will subsequently be forwarded to an independent examiner, who will review the submitted Kenilworth Neighbourhood Plan.

Previous steps:

Pre-submission consultation on the draft Neighbourhood Plan

Kenilworth Town Council; as the Qualifying Body producing the Neighbourhood Plan; undertook a public consultation on the draft Neighbourhood Plan between 15 May and 08 August 2017.  For further information see the Kenilworth Town Council website.

SEA Screening

A Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Screening Opinion has been prepared in respect of the draft Kenilworth Neighbourhood Plan. This is available below along with the responses from the statutory bodies, all of which conclude that no SEA is required.

 

Previous Steps

Neighbourhood Area Designation

Kenilworth Neighbourhood Area was designated on 17 August 2015. Kenilworth Town Council was the relevant body that applied for the designation. The Designation Notice and a map of the neighbourhood plan area are available below.

Kenilworth Neighbourhood Area - includes designation notice and application documents

All representations are available to view on the online consultation system.