Neighbourhood Planning

The Localism Act 2011 introduces statutory Neighbourhood Planning in England.

It enables communities to draw up a Neighbourhood Plan for their area and is intended to give communities more of a say in the development of their local area.

These plans will be used to decide the future of the places where people live and work giving opportunities to:

  • influence where new homes, shops and offices are built
  • have a say on what new buildings should look like
  • grant planning permission for the new buildings you want

Neighbourhood Plan Progress

View the interactive map of Neighbourhood Plan Progress in Leeds

The June 2018 Leeds Neighbourhood Planning Newsletter (PDF 2.5MB) is available to view.

Made Neighbourhood Plans

The following neighbourhood plans have been made by the Council and form part of the statutory development plan for each respective neighbourhood area:

Current consultations

Otley
Horsforth
Aberford and District
Bramham

Otley

Otley Town Council has submitted the Otley Neighbourhood Plan Proposal to Leeds City Council for independent examination. Under para 16 of The Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012, the Council is publicising the plan proposal and seeking comments from those who live, work or carry out business in the Otley Neighbourhood Area and any consultation body referred to in the submitted consultation statement. The Otley Neighbourhood Area includes land which lies within Leeds City Council and Harrogate Borough Council.

The Habitats Regulations Assessment Screening Report Update September 2018 was initially omitted from the Basic Conditions Statement however this has now been rectified (see Appendix 3). To give people full opportunity to make comments on all the submitted documents, the consultation has been extended to run from Friday 9 November until 5pm on Friday 4th January 2019.

The following documents are available to view:

All or some of these documents can also be viewed at:

Paper copies can be inspected at the following locations:

  • The City Centre Hub, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS2 8LX (Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8.30 – 17.00, Weds 9.30 - 17.00)
  • Harrogate Borough Council, The Customer Service Centre, Civic Centre, St Luke’s Avenue, Harrogate, HG1 2AE
  • Otley Library, Tourist Information and One Stop Centre, Nelson Street, Otley, LS21 1EZ (Mon 9.00 – 18.00, Tues, Weds, Fri 9.00 – 17.00, Thurs 9.00 – 19.00, Sat 9.00 – 16.00, Sun 11.00 – 14.00)
  • Otley Town Council, Otley Core Resource Centre, Unit 11 Orchard Gate, Otley, LS21 3NX (during opening hours)

How to make representations

If you would like to make a representation on this Neighbourhood Plan, then please send your representation to npsupport@leeds.gov.uk or in writing to:

Neighbourhood Planning
Policy and Plans Group
Planning Services
Merrion House
110 Merrion Centre
Leeds, LS2 8BB

We encourage those responding to use the response form, which is available online and at the locations above. Please ensure your representation is submitted by 5pm on 4th January 2019.

Notification

Any representations may include a request to be notified regarding Leeds City Council’s decision under Regulation 19 (Decision on a plan proposal) to make the submitted neighbourhood development plan for Otley.

On 16 November 2018, the Independent Examiner for the Otley Neighbourhood Plan, Chris Collison, wrote to the Council, Harrogate Borough Council, Otley Town Council, Mid Wharfedale Parish Council and Lower Washburn Parish Council to provide information on the Examination process, seek clarification on the neighbourhood area designation and provide the opportunity for Otley Town Council in liaison with the Parish Councils to respond to any representations submitted to the consultation. The Examiner’s letter (PDF 97KB) is available to view.

Horsforth

Neighbourhood Planning Regulation 14 Public Consultation - Horsforth Neighbourhood Plan

In accordance with Neighbourhood Planning Regulation 14, Horsforth Town Council is undertaking a public consultation and would like to invite comments from organisations and individuals on its Pre-Submission Neighbourhood Plan.

The public consultation will run between Friday 26 October and Friday 7 December 2018.

Proposed Horsforth Neighbourhood Plan

Horsforth Town Council has produced a Neighbourhood Plan which covers the whole of the Horsforth Neighbourhood Area (revised area designated by Leeds City Council on 16 July 2013.) The plan contains a vision for Horsforth along with a set of objectives, planning policies and proposals and community actions to achieve the vision. The planning policies within the plan seek to protect the character and meet the needs of Horsforth, with policies guiding new development, notably for housing, shopping, Leeds Trinity University, and traffic and transport and travel, as well as protection and enhancement policies relating to the green environment (including Local Green Spaces), the built environment and community facilities.

Following this consultation, the plan will be amended and then submitted to Leeds City Council, as required, for a further Regulation 16 consultation and independent examination. The plan, if successful at examination, will then proceed to a local referendum. If the plan receives a majority vote the city council will adopt the plan which will then become part of the statutory development plan – the Local Plan - for Leeds. Any planning applications submitted within the boundary will be determined in accordance with this plan.

Aim of this consultation

This consultation seeks your views on the content of the proposed Horsforth Neighbourhood Plan, together with the supporting Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) Screening Report.

Availability of documents

The proposed Horsforth Neighbourhood Plan (PDF 4.2MB) is available to view as well as the Policy Proposals Map (PDF 12.2MB) and the SEA/HRA Screening Report (PDF 3.5MB). All relevant key consultation documents are available on the Horsforth Town Council website along with supporting information, the Plan’s evidence base and information relating to governance, meeting minutes and consultation.

Deposit Locations

Paper copies of the consultation document, including proposals map can also be inspected at the following locations:

  • Horsforth Town Council Offices, Mechanics Institute, Town Street, Horsforth, Leeds, LS18 5BL (Monday to Friday 10am to Midday)
  • Horsforth Library, Mechanics Institute, Town Street, Horsforth, Leeds, LS18 5BL (Normal opening hours)
  • Horsforth Village Museum, 5 The Green, Horsforth Leeds, LS18 5JB (Saturday 10am to Midday)

In addition, the town council will be holding a public drop-in session during November 2018, the date and venue of which will be published on the Town Council’s website.

How to Comment

The Town Council welcomes your comments. Comments should be submitted, preferably electronically, using this online questionnaireExternal link or by completing the paper questionnaireExternal link available on the Horsforth Town Council website and returning it using the pre-paid return facility. Questionnaires will also be available at deposit points and the drop-in event and can also be returned by sending to either of the following addresses:

Email: clerk@horsforthtowncouncil.gov.uk

Post: Horsforth Town Council, Mechanics Institute, Town Street, Horsforth, Leeds, LS18 5BL.

Completed forms may also be handed in at the drop-in event, or to the Town Council Office post box.

The deadline for comments is 5pm on Friday 7 December 2018. The council cannot accept any late comments.

Further Information

Should you have any further queries about the Horsforth Neighbourhood Plan please contact the town council at clerk@horsforthtowncouncil.gov.uk or telephone 0113 258 0988.

Aberford and District

Aberford and District Parish Council has submitted the Aberford and District Neighbourhood Plan for independent examination. The consultation has now closed and the Plan is being examined by Ann Skippers. The examiner has requested that representations submitted to the consultation are published on our website.

View the representations:

The examination documents can be viewed below:

Paper copies can also be inspected at the following locations:

  • Garforth Library & One Stop Centre, Lidgett Lane, Garforth, Leeds LS25 1EH (Mon, Weds 9.00 – 19.00, Tues, Fri 9.00 – 17.00, Thurs 9.00 – 18.00, Sat 9.00 – 16.00)
  • The City Centre Hub, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS2 8LX (Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8.30 – 17.00, Weds 9.30 - 17.00)
  • Jessamine Cottage Surgery, Main Street, Aberford, Leeds LS25 3AA (during opening hours)
  • The Arabian Horse, Main St, Aberford, Leeds LS25 3AA (during opening hours)
  • The Aberford Parish Council website

On 10th July 2018, the Independent Examiner for the Aberford Neighbourhood Plan, Ann Skippers, wrote to the Council and the Parish Council to provide information on the Examination process and provide the opportunity for the Parish Council to respond to any representations submitted to the consultation. She also requested that the Council considers the HRA Screening Report for the Neighbourhood Plan and advise on any further work required in light of a recent judgement by the Court of Justice of the European Union. These documents are available to view:

On 24th July 2018, the Council provided a response to the notes issued by the Examiner. You can view the Council response to Examiner's notes (PDF 88KB).

On 27th July 2018, the Examiner wrote to the Council to provide information on the publication of a revised NPPF, clarifying that the Neighbourhood Plan will be examined within the context of the 2012 NPPF, and that representations will not be invited or accepted on the revised NPPF in relation to this examination. The Examiner’s information note (PDF 37KB) is available to view.

On 23rd August 2018, Aberford Parish Council sent their response to the Regulation 16 Representations. The Parish Council’s response (PDF 209KB) is available to view.

The independent examiner for the Aberford Neighbourhood Plan wrote to the Council in respect of the HRA Screening Update and asked that the Council provides further detail on the HRA Screening Update. On 27 November the Council wrote to the examiner to pause the independent examination of the Aberford Neighbourhood Plan pending further guidance.

Bramham

Bramham Parish Council has submitted the Bramham Neighbourhood Plan for independent examination. The consultation has now closed and the Plan is being examined by Chris Collison. The examiner has requested that representations submitted to the consultation are published on our website. You can view the Representations (PDF 1MB).

How to view the documents:

Paper copies can also be inspected at the following locations:

  • The City Centre Hub, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS2 8LX (Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8.30 – 17.00, Weds 9.30 - 17.00)
  • Wetherby Library, 17 Westgate, Wetherby, LS22 6LL (Mon 10.00 – 17.00, Tues 09.00 – 19.00, Weds, Thurs, Fri 9.00 – 17.00, Sat 10.00 – 16.00)
  • Bramham Post Office, 12 Front St, Bramham, Wetherby LS23 6RD (during opening hours)
  • Bramham Medical Centre, Clifford Rd, Bramham, Wetherby LS23 6ZA (during opening hours)
  • Leeds City Council Neighbourhood Planning page

On 4th June 2018 the appointed Independent Examiner for the Bramham Neighbourhood Plan wrote to the Council and to Bramham Parish Council to clarify the examination process and provide indicative timescales. The Examiner’s letter is available to read online.

On Tuesday 10th July, the independent examiner for the Bramham Neighbourhood Plan, Chris Collison, issued a set of questions and matters for clarification. The Examiner's questions (PDF 44KB) can be viewed.

On 23rd July 2018, Bramham Parish Council responded to the Examiner’s invitation to comment on the representations made to the Regulation 16 Consultation. You can view the Parish Council’s response to the representations (PDF 42KB).

On 24th July 2018, the Council and the Parish Council provided a joint response to the Examiner’s letter. You can view the Leeds City Council and Bramham-cum-Oglethorpe Parish Council joint response to matters for clarification raised by the Independent Examiner (PDF 51KB).

On 16th August 2018, the Examiner wrote to the Council to clarify that he would be issuing a draft of his report for fact checking and provided details of the fact-checking exercise. The Examiner’s letter (PDF 33KB) is available to view.

On 7th September 2018, the Council wrote to the Independent Examiner to provide the HRA Screening Update (2018) as per his letter and request for clarification of 10th July 2018.

On 10th September 2018, the Independent Examiner for the Bramham Neighbourhood Plan wrote to the Council in response to the HRA Screening Update (2018). The Examiner’s letter (PDF 37KB) is available to view.

The Council has updated the HRA Screening Report for the Bramham Neighbourhood Plan and completed a 6 week consultation on the updated Screening. You can view the updated HRA Screening Report (PDF 2.74MB). You can view the representations (PDF 94KB).

On 2 November 2018, the Independent Examiner published his report on the Bramham Neighbourhood Plan. The report concludes that subject to proposed modifications being made, the Bramham Neighbourhood Plan meets the Basic Conditions and other legal requirements and should proceed to a referendum. The Examiner’s Report (PDF 564KB) is available to view.

Latest Updates​

Scarcroft

The Scarcroft Neighbourhood Plan has been independently examined by Terry Heselton who has recommended that subject to modifications, the plan can proceed to referendum. The Council now confirms that it is making the modifications to the Plan as set out in the Regulation 18 Decision Statement. The Plan will then proceed to a Neighbourhood Planning Referendum. In accordance with the independent examiner’s recommendations, the Scarcroft Neighbourhood Plan will proceed to referendum within the Scarcroft Neighbourhood Area as designated by the Council on 15th November 2016.

View the documents:

The Decision Statement, the Examiner’s Report and the draft Kippax Neighbourhood Plan and supporting documentation are available to view on the Parish Council’s website. Paper copies are available to view at:

  • The City Centre Hub, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS2 8LX (Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8.30 – 17.00, Weds 9.30 - 17.00)
  • Wetherby Library, 17 Westgate, Wetherby, LS22 6LL (Mon 10.00 – 17.00, Tues 09.00 – 19.00, Weds, Thurs, Fri 9.00 – 17.00, Sat 10.00 – 16.00)
  • Scarcroft Village Hall, Wetherby Road, Scarcroft, Leeds, LS14 3AS (during opening hours)

Kippax

The Kippax Neighbourhood Plan has been independently examined by Chris Collison who has recommended that subject to modifications, the plan can proceed to referendum. The Council now confirms that it's making modifications to the Plan as set out in the Regulation 18 Decision Statement. The Plan will then proceed to a Neighbourhood Planning Referendum. In accordance with the independent examiner’s recommendations, the Kippax Neighbourhood Plan will proceed to referendum within the Kippax Neighbourhood Area as designated by the Council on 17th December 2012.

View the documents:

The Decision Statement, the Examiner’s Report and the draft Kippax Neighbourhood Plan and supporting documentation are available to view on the Parish Council’s website. Paper copies are available to view at:

  • The City Centre Hub, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS2 8LX (Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8.30 – 17.00, Weds 9.30 - 17.00)
  • Kippax Community Hub, Westfield Lane, Kippax, Leeds, LS25 7LY (Mon 10.00 – 17.00, Tues – Fri 9.00 – 17.00)
  • Kippax Post Office, 41 High Street, Leeds, LS25 7AF (Mon – Sat 9.00 – 17.30pm)
  • Kippax Leisure Centre, Station Road, Kippax, LS25 7LQ (during opening hours)

Headingley Neighbourhood Area and Hyde Park Neighbourhood Area

On 24 October 2018 the Council re-designated the Headingley Neighbourhood Area and the Hyde Park Neighbourhood Area. The re-designation of both neighbourhood areas accommodates the transfer of a small area of Woodhouse Moor, known as ‘Little Moor’ from the Headingley Neighbourhood Area to the Hyde Park Neighbourhood Area.

The Headingley Neighbourhood Forum remains the relevant body for the Headingley Neighbourhood Area (PDF 645KB). Further information is available on the Headingley Neighbourhood Forum website.

The Hyde Park Neighbourhood Forum remains the relevant body for the Hyde Park Neighbourhood Area (PDF 752 KB). Further information is available on the Hyde Park Neighbourhood Forum website.

Strategic Environmental Assessment and Habitat Regulation Assessment Screening Reports

We have determined whether the draft neighbourhood plans are likely to have significant environmental effects and therefore require strategic environmental assessments and/or habitat regulation assessments in compliance with The Environmental Assessment of Plans and Programmes Regulations 2004.

You can view the SEA-HRA screening determinations in table format.

Advice

If you would like advice or information relating to neighbourhood planning in Leeds, please contact the neighbourhood planning team at npsupport@leeds.gov.uk or call 0113 378 7997.

We have produced guidance notes to help local communities and others who are interested in neighbourhood planning:

 

 

Adopted Core Strategyhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/council/Pages/Core-Strategy-Introduction-Page.aspx, Core StrategyAdopted Core Strategy<div class="ExternalClass41966612C2CB4561852C1214ABDCE8D0"><p>​The Core Strategy sets out the vision in planning terms for Leeds until 2028.  All other planning documents, including neighbourhood plans, sit underneath the Core Strategy and must conform to its vision. </p> <p>The Core Strategy was adopted by the City Council on 12th November 2014.  </p></div>
How can you get involved?How can you get involved?<div class="ExternalClass4CF05EE6821F44F7B05B0E1514F56B88"><p>The details of all neighbourhood plans across Leeds are available on our website.  </p> <p>If you wish to become involved with an existing group you can either contact them directly, or contact the council using the Contact us form and we will pass your details on. </p></div>
How many neighbourhood plans are there in Leeds?How many neighbourhood plans are there in Leeds?<div class="ExternalClassB024501909CE4BC1A06BB63AB8BEB55D"><p>​Leeds has some of the highest levels of neighbourhood planning activity in any city across the country. So far 35 neighbourhood areas have been designated (22 parished and 13 non-parished). A map showing the full extent of designations can be found on the neighbourhood plan designation map.<br></p></div>
In depth guide to neighbourhood planningIn depth guide to neighbourhood planning<div class="ExternalClass0639696ED75349378DE09C6E9EF71EB5">​For a more in depth guide to neighbourhood planning, please see our advice note available in the Documents section. <span id="ms-rterangepaste-start"></span>We will be happy to talk you through the neighbourhood planning process. You can email us by using the Contact us form.<span id="ms-rterangepaste-end"></span></div>
What is a Neighbourhood Forum?What is a Neighbourhood Forum?<div class="ExternalClass3A746882D6F34AA9A105DD60353E8D3F">​A neighbourhood forum is the body that will prepare a neighbourhood plan in non-parished areas. The Forum must be made up of a minimum of 21 people who live, work or do business in the neighbourhood area. </div>
What is a Neighbourhood Area?What is a Neighbourhood Area?<div class="ExternalClassDE757314A1AA4C0E9C8FD3E194EDADC1"><p>​A Neighbourhood Area is the area that will be covered by the neighbourhood plan. See guidance notes on this page for advice on designation and agreement of an appropriate boundary.</p></div>
Which areas have been designated?Which areas have been designated?<div class="ExternalClass02FD2AA59CA949A29A88C280863EDE6F"><p>​The following neighbourhood areas have already been designated:</p> <div>1.Aberford & District<br>2.Adel<br>3.Aireborough<br>4.Alwoodley<br>5.Bardsey cum Rigton<br>6.Barwick in Elmet and Scholes<br>7.Beeston<br>8.Boston Spa<br>9.Bramham cum Oglethorpe<br>10.Carlton<br>11.Clifford<br>12.Colllingham<br>13.East Keswick<br>14.Garforth<br>15.Harewood<br>16.Headingley<br>17.Holbeck<br>18.Horsforth<br>19.Hyde Park<br>20.Kippax<br>21.Kirkstall<br>22.Linton<br>23.Little Woodhouse<br>24.Otley<br>25.Oulton& Woodlesford<br>26.Pool-in-Wharfdale<br>27.Rawdon<br>28.Rothwell<br>29.Seacroft<br>30.Scarcroft<br>31.Shadwell<br>32.Thorner<br>33.Thorp Arch<br>34.Walton<br>35.Wetherby</div> <span id="ms-rterangepaste-end"></span></div>
Who can prepare a neighbourhood plan?Who can prepare a neighbourhood plan?<div class="ExternalClassB7302779992C414B8D556B9A2B5BC21C"><p>​In parished areas, only the parish or town council can lead on preparing a Neighbourhood Plan. In non-parish areas, a Neighbourhood Forum must be designated by the Council.</p></div>

 

 

Leeds Neighbourhood Planning Guidancehttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Leeds Neighbourhood Planning Guidance.pdf1836026pdf
Advice for non-parished areashttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Neighbourhood Planning Advice for non-parished areas.pdf1441095pdf
Bardsey Neighbourhood Planhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Bardsey Neighbourhood Plan - Made.pdf6096607pdf
Collingham Neighbourhood Planhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Made Collingham Neighbourhood Plan.pdf6799574pdf
Kippax NP Reg 18 Decision Statementhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Kippax NP Reg 18 Decision Statement.pdf296896pdf
Scarcroft NP Reg 18 Decision Statementhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Scarcroft NP Reg 18 Decision Statement.pdf344876pdf
Aberford NP HRA Screening Updatehttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Aberford NP HRA Screening Update.pdf2761846pdf
Aberford NP HRA Notehttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Aberford NP HRA Note.pdf53936pdf
Aberford NP HRA Note - LCC Responsehttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Aberford NP HRA Note - LCC Response.pdf110300pdf
Kippax NP EQshttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Kippax NP EQs.pdf235951pdf
Kippax NP EQs - Joint Responsehttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Kippax NP EQs - Joint Response.pdf358200pdf
Kippax NP HRA Screening Update - Representationshttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Kippax NP HRA Screening Update - Representations.pdf271151pdf
Bramham NP HRA Screening Update - Representationshttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Bramham NP HRA Screening Update - Representations.pdf92519pdf
Walton NP - Reg 19 Decision Statementhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Walton NP - Reg 19 Decision Statement.pdf152051pdf
Headingley Neighbourhood Areahttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Headingley Neighbourhood Area.pdf656874pdf
Hyde Park Neighbourhood Areahttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Hyde Park Neighbourhood Area.pdf766232pdf
Alwoodley Neighbourhood Development planhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Alwoodley Neighbourhood Development Final 19 01 2018.pdf3045653pdf
Kippax NP - SEA and HRA screening reporthttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Kippax NP - SEA and HRA screening report.pdf3455339pdf
Horsforth NP - SEA +HRA screening reporthttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Horsforth NP - SEA +HRA screening report.pdf5708040pdf
Neighbourhood planning Newsletter Dec 2017https://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Neighbourhood planning Newsletter Dec 2017.pdf537078pdf
Linton neighbourhood areahttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/LINTON LR.pdf2261286pdf
Otley NP - SEA HRA Screening Reporthttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Otley NP - SEA HRA Screening Report.pdf5693977pdf
Reg 19 Decision Statement - Collingham Neighbourhood Development Planhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Reg 19 Decision Statement - Collingham Neighbourhood Development Plan.pdf312554pdf
Reg 19 Decision Statement - Holbeckhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Reg 19 Decision Statement - Holbeck.pdf113999pdf
Linton Decision Statementhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Reg 19 Decision Statement - Linton.pdf311648pdf
Decision Statement - Thorp Archhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Reg 19 Decision Statement - Thorp Arch.pdf311306pdf
Thorp Arch Examiners Reporthttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Thorp Arch Examiners Report.PDF901399pdf
Thorp Arch neighbourhood development planhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/THORP ARCH NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2017-2028.pdf8684119pdf
Wetherby NP - SEA +HRA screening full reporthttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Wetherby NP - SEA +HRA screening full report.pdf3754510pdf
Walton Site Assessment Documenthttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Walton Site Assessment Document.pdf2598807pdf
Walton Basic Conditions Statementhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Walton Basic Conditions Statement.pdf440832pdf
Walton Consultation Statementhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Walton Consultation Statement.pdf502004pdf
Walton Neighbourhood Area maphttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Walton Neighbourhood Area.pdf2136788pdf
Walton Neighbourhood Plan Appendiceshttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Walton Neighbourhood Plan Appendices.pdf1965680pdf
Walton Neighbourhood Plan Evidence Listhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Walton Neighbourhood Plan Evidence List.pdf195105pdf
Walton Neighbourhood Plan Proposalhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Walton Neighbourhood Plan Proposal.pdf4048953pdf
Walton Neighbourhood Plan Screening Reporthttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Walton Neighbourhood Plan SEA-HRA Screening Report.pdf3513435pdf
Walton NP Examiners Questionshttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Walton NP Examiners Questions.pdf136067pdf
Walton Public Noticehttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Walton Public Notice.pdf292519pdf
Walton Neighbourhood Reg Consultationhttps://www.leeds.gov.uk/docs/Walton Reg 16 Index.pdf20989pdf

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