18 June 2016

Input needed: 23 June @ Woodlesford Methodist Church

The Oulton and Woodlesford Neighbourhood Plan continues to be shaped by your input. It will become the basis of planning decisions, influencing the future of the villages for the next 15 years and beyond. The draft policy intentions are based on information received from the community.

Thursday 23 June provides another opportunity to review the draft policies and provide input to their development.
If you didn't already contribute at our 5 May consultation we very much need your input, to support or oppose these draft statements.

The current statements of intention will be displayed at the Woodlesford Methodist Church all day on Thursday 23 June, from 7am to 10pm, to coincide with the EU referendum to give as many people as possible the opportunity to review, vote for or against, and comment on each of the policy intentions.

Please take the time to call in for a few minutes at some point during the day to indicate your support or opposition for each statement. It's a quick process; simply vote for or against each item displayed, and optionally provide written comments if necessary.

If you can't provide your votes and feedback in person on the day please supply your comments and votes of support or opposition either by email (comments @ oawnf . org) or in writing to the Neighbourhood Forum c/o Oulton Institute by close of business Monday 27 June 2016.

Please help spread the word, it is important that we receive input from as many people as possible to enable the community to influence LCC planning policy. Please tell your friends and colleagues, email, tweet and facebook, and download and display our Poster in your window, shop or place of work. The more people we can reach, the greater our ability to protect and shape the future of Oulton and Woodlesford.

Note: We will be presenting the same material displayed at Oulton Institute on 5 May this year.