Regulation 14 Consultation

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The Tavistock Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group is undertaking draft consultation on its Neighbourhood Development Plan in accordance with Regulation 14 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012.

Residents and local people may have their say about the plan over a six-week period beginning 12 February 2024 and closing at 5pm on 25 March 2024.

You can visit all of the documents related to the plan and our process here.

A hard copy of the plan and design code along with paper comment forms are available at the Town Council office or at Tavistock Library, The Quay, Plymouth Rd, Tavistock PL19 8AB.  You can also view the plan and speak with the steering group during the consultation by attending one of the public events being held during the consultation period

Public Consultation Events

February 15th, 8:00am. TDCC presentation 

February 17th, 11-2pm, Tavistock Guildhall

February 20th, 6:30-7:30pm, Red & Black Club

March 9th, 11-2pm, Tavistock Guildhall

March  13th, 6:30-8:30pm, Stannary Brewery

You are invited to comment on the plan by:

·      Email to myself or [email protected] or 

·      through a comment form on the website or 

·      via post to Tavistock NDP, Town Council Offices Drake Rd Tavistock PL19 0AU

All responses received by the above date will be considered and may be utilised to amend the Draft Neighbourhood Plan. Wherever possible, please ensure that you specify the document policy, paragraph or page number to which your response relates.

Your comments will influence our final draft before it is submitted to West Devon Borough Council, at which point there will be a further opportunity for you to comment when the Neighbourhood Plan is published prior to Independent Examination

We look forward to hearing from you.

The Tavistock Neighbourhood Development Plan Steering Group. Cllr Ursula Mann, Chair; Stuart Honey, Secretary

Cllr Julu Irvine, Cllr Trevor Munro, Cllr Pete Squire, Dr Sharon Gedye (SFHEA), Kit Harbottle, Gemma Loving, Sue Spackman, Ian Wright