Thanks to everyone who managed to attend the community meeting with our local councillors to discussed the Three Rivers Local Development Plan.
It was extremely well attended and there wasn’t an empty seat in the hall.
Thanks to our TRDC Councillors Cllr Reena Ranger and Cllr Debbie Morris for doing such a good job in answering all of the questions. We also thank our Batchworth Community Councillors, Patrick Heanen and Francois Neckar for also attending at short notice.
As a recap, the Three Rivers District Council is preparing a new Local Plan that will set out a vision and framework for the future levels of growth within the District for the next 15 years until 2036. The Potential Sites Document contains sites that were put forward for consideration in the previous Local Plan process and were not allocated for development and those put forward by landowners, agents and developers as part of the Call for Sites consultations undertaken in 2017 and 2018.
Three Rivers is currently consulting on the potential sites. There are sites within our ward featured including green belt locations. However, no decisions have yet been made on specific sites
The Potential Sites Consultation Document and accompanying Sustainability Appraisal Working Note can be viewed on the Council’s website at: www.threerivers.gov.uk/egcl-page/new-local-plan.
Responses to this consultation should be submitted by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org . Please make your letters as constructive as possible and refer to the ERA Open Letter to TRDC (signed version).
Please also copy in the Eastbury Residents Association Committee mailbox (email@example.com) so we track these letters centrally.
You should also include the Site Reference number in your email subject/header so the council can easily log it against The Roughs. This number is PCS50.
Responses to this consultation can also be submitted in writing by post to:
Economic & Sustainable Development
Three Rivers District Council
Three Rivers House
Please note the Council will only consider comments by respondents who provide their name and address.
Reminder that the consultation period runs for six weeks and ends at 5:00pm on Friday 21st December 2018.