The Burpham Neighbourhood Plan was adopted on 12 April 2016. It forms part of the development plan for our borough and helps decide planning applications. Find out how we helped you have your say and how the decision was reached.
Burpham Neighbourhood Area
The Burpham Neighbourhood Plan is the neighbourhood plan for the Burpham Neighbourhood Area. This area follows the boundary of Burpham ward and is shown on the map below.
The plan and appendices can be found below:
Read thethat sets out the reasons for the decision to make the Burpham Neighbourhood Plan.
Timeline of events
14 September to 26 October 2012
We consulted on the proposed Burpham Neighbourhood Area and Burpham Neighbourhood Forum. See links to the consultation documents below.
4 February 2013
The Burpham Neighbourhood Area and Burpham Neighbourhood Forum were designated.
2 June to 14 July 2014
The Burpham Neighbourhood Forum consulted on a draft version of the neighbourhood plan. It considered the comments received and produced a final version of the plan for submission to the Council.
30 March to 15 May 2015
We consulted on the plan and appointed an independent examiner to examine it. The examination took place in July and early August 2015. The examiner recommended that the plan should go to a referendum after being amended, and that the referendum area should be the Burpham Neighbourhood Area (Burpham ward).
7 October 2015
The examiner's recommendations were accepted at a Council meeting. We agreed to hold a referendum.
View the documents relating to our consultation on the plan and the examination below.
18 February 2016
A referendum was held on the Burpham Neighbourhood Plan. Residents of the Burpham Neighbourhood Area who were able to vote in Council elections were able to vote in the referendum. A majority voted 'Yes' to the following question:
Do you want Guildford Borough Council to use the neighbourhood plan for Burpham to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?
To find out more about neighbourhood planning in Burpham, please contact the Planning Policy Team at email@example.com or telephone 01483 444471.
For more information about neighbourhood planning, please visit our neighbourhood planning page.
More information can be found on the Burpham Neighbourhood Forum website established by the Neighbourhood Forum to help promote and raise awareness of the plan or by contacting the group coordinator Jim Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01483 574138.