Neighbourhood Plan

Seagry Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group Members are: Brian Zehetmayr (Chair), Mike Barber, Richard Barr, Steve Jopling, Christopher Richards, Derek Selwood, Ian Timbrell and Elaine Whyte

SEAGRY NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN SURVEY  12th February 2016  Copies of the Survey were delivered to all households with the closing date for responses being Friday 21st March 2016. You can still see the Survey forms by clicking on the Document Link below and although the closing date is past you can still take the opportunity of submitting your own thoughts as the Steering Group would like to hear from you.

SEAGRY NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN SURVEY ANALYSIS. ANNUAL PARISH MEETING PRESENTATION  3rd May 2016  The Presentation given by Brian Zehetmayr at the Annual Parish Meeting can be viewed by clicking on the Document Link below

SEAGRY NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN “COMMUNITY DESIGN DAY”  Monday 28th August 2017 – 10.30am to 4.00pm starting at The Goss Croft Hall – Your Chance to Shape Seagry (click the Document Link below for Flyer)

WHY A COMMUNITY DESIGN DAY?

We feel certain that the distinctive character of our parish, especially of Upper and Lower Seagry, is important for local people. We also feel certain that people want to be sure that the design of any new buildings responds to and complements this distinctive character.

THE NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN – YOUR PLAN – CAN HAVE REAL INFLUENCE OVER THIS!

BUT …. this needs clear, strong evidence: an ‘assessment’ of the character of Seagry following nationally recognised methods deliberately designed to enable local people to produce the assessment. And that is what we’ll get started on the 28th August with help from our consultants (who actually developed the methods!).

Come along and join us to look at and assess:

  • The setting of Upper and Lower Seagry in the landscape to make sure that this is properly respected when looking at sites and designs for any development. And to find key views into the settlements
  • The different patterns of Upper and Lower Seagry in terms of straight or winding roads, paths, hedges, walls, trees, gaps and – this time – views out.
  • The details of our village buildings: heights, roof pitches, materials, dormers, chimneys, windows and so forth (and maybe a few oddities).

Our consultants tell us that such days are always interesting, stimulating and even enjoyable! And what’s more, by the end of the day we’ll have the basics of the assessment not just done but shared between everybody involved (including those who just want to drop in to see the results).

Practicalities:

Meet at Goss Croft Hall around 10.30 for a briefing by Jeff Bishop and Cleo Newcombe – Jones, the consultants from Place Studio who are supporting the development of our Neighbourhood Plan. Then we go out and about around the parish in the morning using cameras or smartphones to capture what you think makes up the distinctive character of Seagry. Then, after lunch, with Jeff and Cleo you’ll draw your ideas together and share them. Tea and coffee will be provided; you’ll need to bring a packed lunch.  We’ll be outside whatever the weather so dress accordingly and don’t forget wellies – you may be walking a footpath!

Photos:  Click on Photo Links below 1. On site during a design day 

 

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