Newnham Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan Consultation 2022

Closed 9 Aug 2022

Opened 6 Jun 2022

Overview

West Northamptonshire Council is reviewing conservation areas in the Daventry area, as well as considering new designations. A draft appraisal and management plan has been prepared for the Newnham Conservation Area.

We would like to hear the views of residents, the community and all other stakeholders on the draft appraisal and management plan.

Before providing your comments, please read the draft appraisal and view a map of the proposed conservation area boundary by visiting: Conservation areas | West Northamptonshire Council (westnorthants.gov.uk). You may want to keep it open while you take the survey.

Event to find out more

An online / virtual presentation event will take place Tuesday 19th July 2022, from 6.30pm to 7.30pm and will be hosted on Microsoft Teams.

You can hear about the content of the appraisal and management plan and how it can be used by the council, residents and developers. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions about the Newnham Conservation Area Appraisal or conservation areas in general. 

You can register to attend the presentation event by emailing: heritage.ddc@westnorthants.gov.uk 

How to have your say

You can tells us your views by on Newnham Conservation Area Appraisal by completing this survey -  using the link below.

You can email or send your comments in by post using the contact details below. 

Email address: heritage.ddc@westnorthants.gov.uk 

Postal address:

  • Newnham Conservation Area Appraisal Consultation
  • Growth, Climate and Regeneration
  • West Northamptonshire Council
  • Lodge Road
  • Daventry
  • NN11 4FP

If you have any questions or enquiries about the consultation please contact Rhian Morgan on 01327 302503 or email  heritage.ddc@westnorthants.gov.uk

This consultation will run from  Monday 6th June to midnight on Tuesday 9th August 2022.

What Happens Next

Once this consultation closes, a report with comments received will be presented to the West Northamptonshire Council Planning Policy Committee. This report will include any proposed modifications to the appraisal and management plan, and the conservation area boundary.

If the appraisal and management plan is adopted by the council it will be a supplementary planning document (SPD), which means it will be used in making decisions about planning applications along with other local and national policy documents.

Interests

  • Local area planning consultations
  • Planning and building control