Look out for this on your doormat! A mini guide to the Melksham Neighbourhood Plan has been produced and will be delivered with the Melksham News this week, so please do look out for it. REFERENDUM VOTE ON THE PLAN NEXT THURS 1ST JULY You can download a copy of the mini guide here too https://bit.ly/3v5w6gt
Still an hour of the Neighbourhood Plan drop in session at the Assembly Hall, on until 7pm today, chance to look at things in more detail and ask questions of the officers or Melksham Town and Melksham Without Parish councils.......... before the Referendum on Thurs 1st July .... your chance to find out more.
The Melksham Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group, Melksham Town Council and Melksham Without Parish Council are delighted to announce that Wiltshire Council have issued their Decision Statement following the Independent Examination carried out by Andrew Matheson on the Joint Melksham Neighbourhood Plan 2020-2026. The Council is satisfied that the Neighbourhood Plan, as modified, complies with the legal requirements and meets the Basic Conditions. The Referendum for the Joint M
All the details about the Referendum for the Melksham Neighbourhood Plan voting on Thursday 1st July - postal votes, by proxy etc. The question that will be asked on the Referendum, which asks for a "yes" or "no" response is ‘Do you want Wiltshire Council to use the neighbourhood plan for Melksham to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?" More info here https://elections.wiltshire.gov.uk/Home/Division/6129
Have you received a polling card for the Melksham Neighbourhood Plan and want to find out what its all about?
There is a full page advert in this week's Melksham News that will hopefully give you a good explanation of the Neighbourhood Plan, where it sits with National and Wiltshire planning regulations, and what it can and can't do. There is a dedicated website https://www.melkshamneighbourhoodplan.org/ where you can watch a host of videos by local people explaining what th