Parish Plans & VDS


On Thursday 22nd October the Shedfield Parish Plans Committee held their final public consultation meeting at the Yeoman Room, Waltham Chase Village Hall, to exhibit the draft versions of the Shedfield Parish Village Design Statement and the Shedfield Parish Plan.
Copies of the draft plans were on show, plus posters of the Action Plan resulting from the Parish Plan, plus the Guidelines of The Village Design Statement, plus a slideshow of  the 100’s of photos that have been taken of houses, buildings, hedgerows, and recreation grounds, in the parish, and outlooks from the parish.
Residents  were invited to examine and comment on the draft documents prior to final adoption by Winchester City Council.
The meeting was publicised in The Parish magazine, on the Parish Council noticeboards, on the Shedfield Plans website, on the Parish Council website,  on the Waltham Chase website, in Waltham Chase Village Hall, and in Waltham Chase Post Office.
There was a good attendance, about 50 people visited, and a few comment forms were handed in. Two Winchester City Councillors came, both from Whitely Parish, and said they were very impressed by the professionalism of the Plans, the obvious amount  of work that had gone into them, and the level of public consultation that had taken place.
If you were unable to get to the exhibition, you can still read the draft plans on this website, on The Parish Council website, and on the Parish Plans website at www.shedfieldparishplans.org.uk and you can still make comments either via the Plans website, or can email comments to info@shedfieldparishplans.org.uk, or on the Winchester City Council website.
All comments and corrections will be included either in the body of the Plans or in  appendices.

Pat Staples, Publicity Officer, Shedfield Parish Plans Committee.

This is the email address for making comments on The Plans direct to Winchester City Council.          ldf@winchester.gov.uk

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View all of the photographs that were displayed during the exhibition.

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