Date set for Loxley Neighbourhood Plan vote


Decision day is looming for residents in Loxley with a date set for a referendum on the parish’s neighbourhood development plan.

The plan, which will act as a guide for future development in the area, will be consulted every time a new planning application is submitted.

The date of the referendum has now been set for 27th February.

If residents approve the plan, it will become the 16th neighbourhood plan to be adopted in the district.

To vote in this referendum residents of the parish of Loxley must be registered to vote in the Local Government elections and be 18 or over on the day of poll.

The polling station, which will be open from 7am to 10pm, will be at Loxley C of E Community Primary School, Main Street, Loxley, Warwickshire, CV35 9JT.

  • Big Jim and The Twins

    Neighbourhood plans are a con, and not just in the Stratford District. Stratford’s shiny promotion of their resident-friendly neighbourhood plan was a con. SDC and pick and choose whatever policies fit their scheming. For example..
    Stratford Neighbourhood Plan says that –
    ‘Policy BE2 – All development proposals must demonstrate how local character has been taken into account during the conception and evolution of a design.
    Proposals that do not positively contribute to local character will be expected to explain why and clearly demonstrate the reasons behind the alternative approach.’
    – The awful new Picture House hotel design surely goes against this policy?

    Neighbourhood plans have given more power to councils..not to the people.
    Beware Loxley residents.