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Thank you to all those who attended the launch of the consultation yesterday, 8th May 2019, as part of the Annual Parish Meeting. The consultation now runs until 11pm on Thursday 20th June 2019 All the relevant information can be … Continue reading
Great and Little Kimble cum Marsh Parish Council Neighbourhood Plan Consultation A further period of consultation is being launched at the Annual Parish Meeting at 8pm on 8th May 2019 at The Stewart Hall, Station Road, Little Kimble HP17 9TN, … Continue reading
After extensive work by the Neighbourhood Plan Working Group over the summer the Plan has now been informally submitted to Wycombe District Council for informal review and comment. Once this stage has been completed the plan will be formally … Continue reading
The Parish Council welcome feedback from the Exhibition held on 24th June 2018 If you were unable to attend the event, all the information regarding the sites can be downloaded from here You can download the Feedback form here The deadline … Continue reading
NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN CONSULTATION EVENT Sunday June 24th 2018 11.00 – 17.00 The Kimble Stewart Hall Station Road Little Kimble Bucks HP17 0XN
Great and Little Kimble cum Marsh Parish Council is co-ordinating a public consultation process on its Neighbourhood Plan proposals, under Regulation 14 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations. An event is being organised which will update everybody on the background … Continue reading
The Neighbourhood Planning Group for Great and Little Kimble cum Marsh invite you to a drop in session on Saturday, February 10th 10am -1pm in The Stewart Hall, Station Road, Little Kimble This is an opportunity to … Continue reading
Would you like more information about the Neighbourhood Plan? Visit the Stewart Hall on the 10th February where members of the team will do their best to answer your question. Full details are given here.
The Neighbourhood Plan Team invite landowners to submit possible residential development sites for consideration in the Neighbourhood plan. Full details are given here.