Yaxham Neighbourhood Plan

See the new website for NP4Yaxham  http://www.np4yaxham.com

Also available on Facebook, Streetlife and Twitter

STOP PRESS:

Referendum on 4th May 2017 - 92% Voted Yes!

Cabinet on 30th May 2017 Recommended to Council to "Make" the Plan part of the Local Plan

Full Council on 22nd June 2017 "Made" the Plan part of the Local Plan - at last!

 

 

You can see the Plan at:

- Breckland Council Website
www.np4yaxham.com

If you would like more information or have any questions then email: np4yaxham@gmail.com

Background

A neighbourhood plan will give our community direct power to create a shared vision for future development in Yaxham

Since 1987 there have been abour 150 planning applications in Yaxham for various numbers of dwellings. In 2001 there were 290 existing households, in 2011 340 households completed the Census. 

Over the next twenty years of the Breckland Local Plan, around 100 additional dwellings are likely to be proposed in our village.

Read More...

Broadland.gov.uk: Neighbourhood Plans explained

North Norfolk.org: Neighbourhood Plan information

Broadland.gov.uk: Neighbourhood Plan example

Mattishall Neighbourhood Plan website

Locality.org: national support network for community-led groups


Events

OCT
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3rd October 2017

Macmillan Coffee Morning 28th September 2017 - Yaxham Raised £1,812 - Thankyou!

Well, you all came - thank you! Whether you came for a cuppa or for the familiar stalls or tried the new toddlers area with face painting, games and items for sale; treated yourself to taster massage or reflexology treatment or tropic makeup; or bought tickets for the amazing tombola or fantastic raffle prizes - everyone enjoyed the morning - and everyone contributed to the success.  Thankyou from Sue (Tel 696805, email yes2yaxham@gmail.com) and everyone involved - see you next year!

Yaxham Village HallComments

The Community Led Plan of 2013

“Your Yaxham” has brought our village:

  • The Community Car Scheme
  • The Community Bulk Oil Buying Scheme
  • A speed awareness sign
  • The 20 mph signs near the school which will soon be in place
  • The Table Tennis Club and equipment

All thanks to the whole of our community getting together and giving their views.

The Neighbourhood Plan is the next stage; the opportunity to unite our views so that together we can tailor future development to fit within our village.


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