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South Huish Parish Council

Neighbourhood Plan

The Government has given all local communities the opportunity to create a neighbourhood development plan giving us a chance to guide how the parish, that's the villages of Hope Cove, Galmpton and South Huish, develops in the future.   It's important to have a formal plan in place as this could affect future planning and development and numerous other community aspects.   South Huish Parish Council is in the initial stages of implementing a plan and need the involvement of parishioners.  

The Neighbourhood Plan affects the future of the parish and everyone is welcome to  make comments, observations or just ask questions.   To get involved contact any of your Parish Councillors or the Parish Clerk.

The Neighbourhood Plan Questionnaire was distributed with a copy to everyone listed on the Electoral Register plus a copy to each 'second home' household.   The results are currently being analysed and an update is listed below together with some graphics.

There are three files of results attached. These are a) August 2015 survey results which were gathered to get a flavour of what parishioners were thinking in regard to issues and opportunities in the parish. This was used to guide the construction of the Neighbourhood Plan questionnaire. the second file b) NP questionnaire graphs are the collated graphical results of all of the Neighbourhood Plan Questionnaire 'score' questions while c) NP questionnaire comments documents all of the comments provided on the questionnaire.

Together they provide a comprehensive view of the issues, opportunities and delights of living in South Huish.

Should any one want a copy of these results in either WORD or EXCEL (for the purposes of sorting the data) please contact Tom Windle at tom@ariadnebc.co.uk   

More information will be posted on this page shortly. In the meantime if you have any questions please feel free to email Tom on the address above or phone Tom on 01548 562 021 or Mob: 07968 162 630