Burneside Neighbourhood Plan 2017

Typical things that a Neighbourhood Plan might include;

• The development of housing, including affordable housing (affordable housing is housing that is not     normally for sale       on the open market), and bringing vacant or derelict housing back into use;
• Provision for businesses to set up or expand their premises;
• Transport and access (including issues around roads, cycling, walking and access for disabled    people);
• The development of schools, places of worship, health facilities, leisure and entertainment facilities,  community and             youth centres and village halls;
• The restriction of certain types of development and change of use, for example to avoid too much of     one type of use;
• The design of buildings;
• Protection and creation of open space, nature reserves, allotments, sports pitches, play areas, parks     and gardens, and     the planting of trees;
•  Protection of important buildings and historic assets such as archaeological remains; and
•  Promotion of renewable energy projects, such as solar energy and wind turbines.