Neighbourhood Plan and Design Code

A Neighbourhood Development Plan is prepared by the Parish Council and the local community and contains policies and proposals relating to the use of land and buildings, including the protection of land as well as proposals for new development.


Details of those serving each ward on the Parish Council, along with District and County Councillors.

Information about the submission

The Allithwaite and Cartmel Submission Neighbourhood Development Plan has been published and can be viewed below together with supporting documents.

The response to the draft Allithwaite and Cartmel NDP was generally supportive of its vision, objectives and framework of policies.

The consultation period and associated open days and events were published on the web site, leaflets and local press before and during the consultation period.

Following the public consultation, which was completed on 21st October 2021, the Plan, following agreement by the Parish Council on the 10th November 2022, was submitted to South Lakeland District Council together with supporting documentation, including the Consultation Statement setting out who has been consulted, how the consultation has been undertaken and how the representations received have informed the Plan, and the Basic Conditions Statement setting out how the Neighbourhood Plan satisfies the Basic Conditions of paragraph 8(2) of Schedule 4B of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.

Latest News Examination of the Neighbourhood Plan:

An examiner has been appointed to examine the Allithwaite and Cartmel Neighbourhood Plan. For further details about the examination process please view the Westmorland and Furness Council website’

About Allithwaite and Cartmel

During the Neighbourhood Plan preparation journey a number of documents and reports were taken into consideration by the Steering Group to help guide the course.

Consultation Responses

The Consultation period ran from the 6th September 2021 to 29th October 2021 and has now closed. Further information about the feedback received and how this impacts on the final submission can be seen opposite:

Background documents, annexes and roadmap

The Steering Group followed a defined protocol and undertook a number of consultation exercises with statutory bodies, local residents and businesses during its period of work and used or published a progressive series of documents based on views and comments submitted. These helped to provide intelligence to its work during its progress towards the finalisation of the Submission Neighbourhood Plan now presented.

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