WHY DOES ALBURY PARISH NEED A NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN?
As a result of the Community Choices document published in July 2016, Albury Parish Council concluded that it should develop a Neighbourhood Plan. Guildford Borough Council designated the Albury Parish Neighbourhood Area on 22 February 2017.
Developing a Neighbourhood Plan for Albury Parish will enable us to:
assess how the impact of development outside our Neighbourhood Plan area will affect us;
re-evaluate our community housing needs and how best these can be delivered;
review what matters most to our community e.g. our rural environment, local businesses, our shops, our community assets (village hall, allotments, playground and green open spaces) and build a vision for their future;
review our infrastructure needs: roads, schools, healthcare and drainage;
enable our community to benefit fully from future CIL contributions.
Albury Parish was designated as a Neighbourhood Plan area in February 2017 following an application to
Guildford Borough Council by Albury Parish Council and a six-week public consultation.
Once adopted the Albury Parish Neighbourhood Plan will be a legal statutory planning document.
It will become part of the Guildford Borough Council's Development Plan until 2033.