Lydiate Neighbourhood Plan – Have your Say!
Lydiate Parish Council is in the final stages of developing a Neighbourhood Plan. The Plan will set polices for future development in Lydiate to ensure we protect and enhance green spaces, the character of Lydiate and ensure that any development that does take place is in keeping with Lydiate’s character and of good design quality.
We began the process in May 2016 when we asked you about Lydiate, the place you choose to live, work retire or go to school. We have captured your feedback in our draft plan.
We need your help once again! Please let us know if we have captured all your comments and that you feel the plan is what you asked for.
We want to know if you agree with the Draft Neighbourhood Plan and Lydiate Character Assessment.
You can do this in a number of ways.
- Come and see us at the Lydiate Parish Council Christmas Fayre on 9th December from 12pm – 5pm and talk to the Parish Councillors about the plan.
- Go online, have a look at the document and let us have your views by email email@example.com or by filling in the form at www.lydiateparishcouncil.gov.uk
- Pop into the Village Centre at Lambshear lane, L31 2LA on Monday, Wednesday or Thursday from 1st December 2017 to 31 January 2018 between 10am and 12pm to talk to a member of staff about the plan and give them your views.
- Come along to our open day on Tuesday 23 January 2017 between 2pm and 6pm.
To have your say please send us your comments by Wednesday 31 January 2018.
What is a Neighbourhood Plan?
It’s a planning document that Sefton Council has to take notice off when making decisions about planning applications in Lydiate. It is a legal document that complements Sefton’s Local Plan.
The plan includes a number of policies that Sefton will use to make their planning decisions.
What are the Policies trying to do?
- To Protect and enhance the character of Lydiate
- To ensure development of the land north of Kenyons Lane are in keeping with the local area, protecting and enhancing green space, insisting on good housing design
- To ensure development of the site opposite the Village Centre, Lambshear Lane, (should it be developed in the future) is developed at any time are in keeping with the local area
- To ensure improvements to existing footpaths , cycle ways and bridle paths