Each Village Plan describes:
[Click on your village in the map to see your local Village Plan]
Following a number of consultation and engagement events, residents in Barnes, East Sheen and Mortlake are invited to have their say on the draft Supplementary Planning Documents for their local area. Drop in sessions have been organised for residents to come along and discuss the drafts.
See below for further information.
Following three Question Time events, in the winter of 2014 a series of drop-ins and walkabout sessions were held in Barnes, East Sheen and Mortlake, to collate information from residents about their local area, particularly key areas of interest, particular features and what residents would like to see improved. This information will help shape:
The information has now been compiled into three local Village Plans and residents are invited to have their say online.
To discuss the proposed plans with Council officers, drop in sessions have been organised on the below dates:
Local Question Time events have now been held in eight villages across the borough as part of the Village Planning process. See below for the footage of the events. Further events will be announced shortly.
At the end of 2010, we sent every household the All in One survey, which asked about the priorities of residents in each local area. We asked what people liked about where they lived and what could be improved.
We followed this up with a series of village planning events across the borough. These events gave residents the chance to discuss local issues in more detail and find potential solutions, including how we could work with the community to take things forward together.
As a result, we created 14 Village Plans.
The results of the All in One survey also showed that residents had a desire to shape planning policy for their local area. Therefore we have agreed to include a dedicated section in each Village Plan, which offers residents and businesses with an easy way of developing planning policy in their area.
This type of document is known as a Supplementary Planning Document (SPD), and it can be taken into account when making planning decisions.
For more information about Village Planning, read our FAQs.
Updated: 17 February 2015