Progress of neighbourhood plans

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Ascot, Sunninghill and Sunningdale neighbourhood plan

The neighbourhood plan was made part of the development plan for the area at the council meeting on Tuesday 29 April 2014. The plan was subject to a referendum on Thursday 27 March 2014. 91% of those voting in the referendum supported the adoption of the plan by the Royal Borough.

For more information on the adopted neighbourhood plan, see the Ascot, Sunninghill and Sunningdale neighbourhood plan or contact the Parish Councils.

[Completed]

Bisham neighbourhood plan

The group are considering how and whether they are going to take a neighbourhood plan forward. View the Bisham Parish Council website or email: clerk@bishamparishcouncil.org.uk

Bray neighbourhood plan

The neighbourhood plan has been examined; view the examiner's report. The Parish council have decided not to progress the neighbourhood plan as proposed by the independent examiner.

[Withdrawn]

Central Windsor business neighbourhood plan, Windsor 2030

Central Windsor Business Forum The 'Windsor 2030' forum is drafting policies and members are looking at sites to be included in the plan. They are finalising a pre-submission draft of the plan and considering when they should consult on it. View the Windsor2030 website or email: mail@windsor2030.org

[Progress being made]

Cookham neighbourhood plan

An application has been received by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead for the designation of a Cookham Neighbourhood Plan Area. This application was the subject of public consultation which ran from Thursday 27 February 2020 until midnight on Sunday 12 April 2020.

For up-to-date information contact the clerk at Cookham parish council by emailing: office@cookhamparishcouncil.org.uk

[Getting established]

Cox Green neighbourhood plan

Cabinet has approved the designation of the parish as a Neighbourhood Area.

The Parish Council applied for the designation of the whole parish as a neighbourhood plan area (separate from Maidenhead). This application was the subject of a public consultation which ran from Monday 24 June until midnight on Sunday 4 August 2019.

For up-to-date information contact the clerk at Cox Green parish council by emailing: clerk@coxgreen.gov.uk

[Getting established]

Datchet neighbourhood plan

The group has restarted the neighbourhood plan under a new chair and is looking for more volunteers. The group is considering ways to get the views from as wide a range of people as possible and how to take the plan forward. Contact the chair, Fiona Cryle to get involved or by phoning the parish office on 01753 773499. View the Datchet Parish Council website or email: clerk@datchetparishcouncil.gov.uk. They have also been working on a Design Guide.

[Good progress]

Eton and Eton Wick neighbourhood plan

The neighbourhood plan was made part of the development plan for the area at the council meeting on Tuesday 25 September 2018. The plan was subject to a referendum in July 2018. 88% of those voting in the referendum supported the adoption of the plan by the Royal Borough.

For more information on the adopted neighbourhood plan, see the Eton and Eton Wick neighbourhood plan web page or contact the relevant parish council.

[Completed]

Horton and Wraysbury neighbourhood plan

The neighbourhood plan was made part of the development plan for the area at the council meeting on Tuesday 23 June 2020. The plan was subject to a referendum on Thursday 30 January 2020. 83% of those voting in the referendum supported the adoption of the plan by the Royal Borough.

For more information on the adopted neighbourhood plan, see the Horton and Wraysbury neighbourhood plan web page.

[Completed]

Hurley and the Walthams neighbourhood plan

The neighbourhood plan was made part of the development plan for the area at the council meeting on Tuesday 12 December 2017. The plan was subject to a referendum in March 2017. 81% of those voting in the referendum supported the adoption of the plan by the Royal Borough.

For more information on the adopted neighbourhood plan, see the Hurley and the Walthams neighbourhood plan web page or contact the relevant parish council.

[Completed]

Maidenhead and Cox Green neighbourhood plan

Due to boundary changes there may now be two neighbourhood plans and Maidenhead are looking for new members of a forum for the town to take the neighbourhood plan forward. Please see the application by Cox Green (above).

Maidenhead neighbourhood area and neighbourhood forum

An application was received by the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead for the designation of a Maidenhead Neighbourhood Area and Maidenhead Neighbourhood Forum. This application was the subject of a public consultation which ran from Monday 25 November 2019 until midday on Monday 6 January 2020.

The application has been refused. View the decision letter.

[Refused]

Old Windsor 

The neighbourhood plan was made part of the development plan for the area at the council meeting on Tuesday 17 December 2019. The plan was subject to a referendum in October 2019. 93% of those voting in the referendum supported the adoption of the plan by the Royal Borough.

For more information on the adopted neighbourhood plan, see the Old Windsor neighbourhood plan web page or contact the relevant parish council.

[Completed]

Windsor (excluding Central Windsor) 

The neighbourhood plan was made part of the development plan for the area at the council meeting on Tuesday 29 June 2021. The plan was subject to a referendum in May 2021. 88% of those voting in the referendum supported the adoption of the plan by the Royal Borough.

For more information on the adopted neighbourhood plan, see the Windsor Neighbourhood Plan web page or contact the relevant parish council.

[Completed]