Kings Langley Neighbourhood Plan
Kings Langley Parish Council has applied to designate its parish area as a neighbourhood area. This is the first step towards creating a neighbourhood plan for the area.
We are now seeking your opinions on the proposed designation of the Kings Langley Parish Area as a neighbourhood area.
The Neighbourhood Planning Regulations (2012, as amended) gives parish or town councils, and neighbourhood forums, the ability to apply for a neighbourhood area to be designated.
This is the first step in the process of developing a neighbourhood plan for an area. Once we adopt a neighbourhood plan, it sits alongside the development plan for the area and is used to influence decisions on planning applications in the neighbourhood area.
These documents support Kings Langley Parish Council's application for designation as a neighbourhood area:
The consultation will begin on 2 September 2019 and close at 5pm on 18 October 2019. Information about how to submit your response will appear here nearer the time. Please note this will not be a consultation on the neighbourhood plan itself, but merely the identification of the area for which the parish council wish to prepare a neighbourhood plan.
What happens next?
Following the consultation, we will decide whether to designate the Kings Langley parish area as a neighbourhood area.
If designated, the parish council will then bring forward a neighbourhood plan to influence planning applications in the area.
As part of this public consultation exercise any information received by us, including personal data, may be put into the public domain, including this website, Kings Langley Parish Council or Kings Langley Neighbourhood Forum websites.
Please note: your details including comments will be shared with and used by the Neighbourhood Plan forum/Parish Council to support preparation of the plan and you will receive notifications directly from the Neighbourhood Plan forum/Parish Council during the drafting of the Neighbourhood Plan. Once submitted for Inspection by an examiner, notifications will be sent by us.
Important: your name and comments will be available for public inspection (apart from contact details - for example, telephone numbers and email addresses) and therefore cannot be treated as confidential.
For more information on how we use your data, please see our personal information page.
For further information on the neighbourhood planning process, please see our Neighbourhood planning page.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01442 228660.