Good turnout at neighbourhood plan events

The Berwick Neighbourhood Plan steering group was delighted with the turnout at public drop-in events.

Wednesday, 2nd March 2016, 10:30 am
Updated Saturday, 5th March 2016, 9:06 am
Berwick neighbourhood plan drop-in at the town hall.
Berwick neighbourhood plan drop-in at the town hall.

The total for the five events, together with three residents association meetings, was more than 200. There have also been written comments and online submissions.

The extensive list of ideas gathered by the Great Performing Rope, as well as the Youth Charter, will be added to the comments, which will now be analysed.

The purpose was to identify the key issues that the Neighbourhood Plan should examine. Visitors were also able to identify sites within the plan area that are either ‘problem areas’ or ‘opportunities’. Once the key issues are agreed by the town council, working groups will be established to examine each topic in detail, and to develop draft planning policies to help deliver the objectives. To add a comment, email [email protected]

Councillor Eric Goodyer, steering group chairman said: “This is a great start, but now the hard work begins to develop the polices that will make Berwick, Spittal and Tweedmouth great places to live in, and to attract investment.”