Welcome to the Tenterden Neighbourhood Plan

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Your chance to comment

 

The Tenterden Neighbourhood Plan will be published for public consultation on Wednesday 23rd June 2021 for 8 weeks.

This will be your chance to comment on a full draft of the plan. Comments made by you will help inform how the plan is revised and improved before it is submitted for examination.

Copies of the draft plan and ways to provide your comments can be found below.

 

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You have 8 weeks to comment on the draft plan. The counter above shows you how long you have left to make your comment.

Tenterden Neighbourhood Plan

You can download the Tenterden Neighbourhood draft plan below or view it in the flipbook (right). If printing the plan, please scale to A3 paper for best legibility.

 

Printed copies of the plan are available at the following locations:

  • The Town Hall
  • Tenterden Gateway (please ask the librarian)
  • St. Mildred’s Church
  • St. Michael & All Angels, St. Michaels
  • St. John the Baptist, Smallhythe

Written comments can be submitted to:
The Town Clerk,
The Town Hall,
24 High Street,
Tenterden,
TN30 6AN.

If you have any questions or need more information, please call the Town Hall on 01580 762271 and the staff will be happy to help.

Download The Plan by Section

Section 1:

Introduction

Section 4:

TNP Strategy

Section 2:

Tenterden Today

Section 5:

TNP Policies

Section 3:

Tenterden’s Future

Section 6:

Monitor & Review

Appendix 1:

Tenterden Design Code

Appendix 2 & 3:

Non-Designated Heritage Assets and Associate Projects

What is a Neighbourhood Plan?

The Tenterden Neighbourhood Plan aims to give local people more say about what gets built in their area. If passed at independent examination and then at local referendum, the Tenterden Neighbourhood Plan will be adopted by Ashford Borough Council. It will then be the plan which must be used in law to determine planning applications in across the Tenterden parish area. It will be used alongside Ashford Borough Council’s Local Plan.