Everyone in the Parish of Yaxham who is on the electoral register was able to vote: The referendum was on the same day as the County Council elections. At the polling station (or as a postal voter) you received two ballot papers: one for the County Council election and one for the NP4Yaxham Referendum. In both cases you needed only to put an "X" in the box that you agree with. To check whether you were on the electoral roll, postal votes and proxy votes, see: http://www.breckland.gov.uk/article/4460/Elections-2017 The Referendum Plan documents are:
The final countdown, the count and a huge thank you - particularly from Luna the Labrador "how many more times do I have sit in front of this sign?"
30th May 2017 "A decision by Cabinet has been published: Yaxham Neighbourhood Plan - Making (adoption) of the Yaxham Neighbourhood Plan Decision: The Cabinet recommend to Full Council: 1) To confirm that Yaxham Neighbourhood Plan as per the referendum version is “made” as part of the statutory development plan for Breckland Council, as required by paragraph (4)(a) of section 38A of the Town and Country Planning Act. 2) To publish the decision as required by paragraph (9) of section 38A of the Town and Country Planning Act. 3) To advise Yaxham Parish Council and any other prescribed persons about this, to meet the requirements of paragraph (10) of section 38A of the Town and Country Planning Act. 4) To amend the Breckland District policies map, to meet the requirements of paragraph (9) of the Town and Country (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012. You can view this decision using the link: Decision details on public web site"