The Plan is the Main Document. However, Consultees, the Independent Examiner and Breckland Council may be interested/need to see additional documents showing how the Plan was developed and demonstrating that: it meets certain regulatory requirements; it has been suitably consulted on as it had been developed; and that the Plan is based on evidence. To do this it is accompanied by three further documents and appendices:
In addition Breckland Council has provided the following document: - Habitat Regulations Assessment - Screening Determination Report (to be found with the Statement of Basic Conditions) These documents and further supporting documents for the Consultation Statement and Evidence Base are to be found via the respective tabs at the top each page. If you would like more information please email: email@example.com
What is Regulation 16?
Publicising a plan proposal 16. As soon as possible after receiving a plan proposal which includes each of the documents referred to in regulation 15(1), a local planning authority must-- (a)publicise the following on their website and in such other manner as they consider is likely to bring the proposal to the attention of people who live, work or carry on business in the neighbourhood area-- (i)details of the plan proposal; (ii)details of where and when the plan proposal may be inspected; (iii)details of how to make representations; (iv)a statement that any representations may include a request to be notified of the local planning authority’s decision under regulation 19 in relation to the neighbourhood development plan; and (v)the date by which those representations must be received, being not less than 6 weeks from the date on which the plan proposal is first publicised; and (b)notify any consultation body which is referred to in the consultation statement submitted in accordance with regulation 15, that the plan proposal has been received.