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Lytchett Matravers Neighbourhood Plan

Further to a positive referendum vote on 4th May 2017, Purbeck District Council resolved to 'make' (adopt) the Lytchett Matravers Neighbourhood Plan on 13th June 2017.

The plan reflects the community's vision for the future of the parish; where investment should go for the future of the parish; and provides village residents with a voice in the planning process.The plan is now statutory and will be used in determining planning applications in Lytchett Matravers parish.

Lytchett Matravers Neighbourhood Plan (pdf, 5Mb) (opens in a new window)

Purbeck District Council's Decision Statement (pdf, 216kb) (opens in a new window)

Background information

The Council's decision statement, referendum information statement, modified, referendum version and examiners report of the plan is now available for viewing below: 

Decision statement (pdf, 161kb) (opens in a new window) 

Referendum information statement (pdf, 1Mb) (opens in a new window)

Modified, referendum version (pdf, 5Mb) (opens in a new window)

Examiners report (pdf, 196kb) (opens in a new window)

The original submission version of the plan can be viewed here:

Lytchett Matravers Neighbourhood Plan submission version (pdf, 5Mb) (opens in a new window)

Basic conditions statement (pdf, 552kb) (opens in a new window)

Consultation statement (pdf, 1Mb) (opens in a new window)

Summary of representations received (pdf, 1Mb) (opens in a new window) (consultation statement).

Should the majority of voters agree to the modified plan, Purbeck District Council will meet to decide to 'make' or 'refuse to make' the plan. If the Council decides to make the plan, it will become statutory and will be used in determining planning applications in Lytchett Matravers parish.

Purbeck District Council Legal Compliance Check and Decision Statement

Lytchett Matravers Parish Council submitted its draft Neighbourhood Plan to Purbeck District Council in November 2015. The district council has a duty to check the draft Neighbourhood Plan to ensure it meets all relevant legal requirements. The district council is satisfied that these requirements have been met, as set out in the Legal Compliance Check and Decision Statement (pdf, 70kb) (opens in a new window).

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