By Haddenham Webteam - 1st December 2021 9:30am
Buckighamshire Council has launched a survey focused on helping to shape the future of Buckinghamshire through its next Local Plan.
The Council wants to hear residents' views about living and working in Buckinghamshire, the problems and issues they face, and their likely needs in the future. This will help establish planning priorities.
Among other things, the Local Plan draws policies governing how development happens. Development policies can cover a wide range of things that development must do, such as:
- building the right number and size of homes
- creating good places to live, which include shops and places to play
- contributing to the infrastructure needed to serve the homes, roads, schools, and health facilities
- protecting the environment by supporting wildlife, beautiful landscapes and historic places, and managing flood risk
The survey questionnaire can be completed online on Your Voice Bucks
There are other ways to comment. A pdf of the questionnaire survey has been added to the Bucks Council website and this can be downloaded and then emailed or posted to the Planning Policy Team.
The email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
The postal address is:
Planning Policy Team, Buckinghamshire Council, Queen Victoria Road, High Wycombe, Bucks, HP11 1BB
The survey is open now and closes at midnight on Friday 11th February 2022.
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