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Fleggburgh Neighbourhood Plan

Fleggburgh Neighbourhood Plan examination

The Fleggburgh Neighbourhood Plan received a 'yes' vote at referendum on 16 June 2022 and was adopted by the Borough Council on 21 July 2022 and the Broads Authority on the 29 July 2022.

For more information please see the Final decision statement (Fleggburgh Neighbourhood Plan) (PDF) [227KB] (opens new window) . Full details of the result of the referendum can be found on the Result of referendum: Fleggburgh page.

Please see below for details of the examination stages of the plan. 

Examiner's report

The examiner assessed whether the Fleggburgh Neighbourhood Plan met the basic conditions and other matters set out in paragraph 8 of schedule 4B of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended). Having assessed the plan, the examiner confirmed that he was satisfied it met these requirements, subject to modifications.

The examiner's report can be accessed below: 

The examiner

An independent examiner, Nigel McGurk, was appointed to examine the Fleggburgh Neighbourhood Plan. The examiner tested whether the Neighbourhood Plan met the basic conditions as required by paragraph 8 (1a) of schedule 4B of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990. Representations made at regulation 16 consultation were considered by the examiner.

Examination library 

Submission documents

Examination correspondence 

Representations

Last modified on 01 August 2022

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