Following a successful examination and referendum, Gainsborough Neighbourhood Plan was formally adopted by West Lindsey District Council at its Full Council committee meeting on the 28th June 2021.
The Draft Plan has now been published for formal consultation with local residents, statutory bodies, business and other interested parties.
The draft neighbourhood plan is now available to download. You can get it from the link below.
The Green Infrastructure Study is now available to download. It contains proposals for a green wheel for Gainsborough and replaces the draft version that was originally published last March. You can get a PDF version from the link below.
A Heritage and Character assessment for Gainsborough designed to help RAGE develop policy that will seek to protect Gainsborough’s Heritage and Character.
The draft Green Infrastructure Study is now available to download
Our Gainsborough Business Questionnaire is now available to download.
The consultation summary is now available to download and reflects consultation carried out as at the end of November 2017. It should be noted that further consultation is ongoing which will result in further additions to the document.
West Lindsey District Council has recently developed a heritage masterplan for the town centre. As part of the Neighbourhood Plan process we have agreed to consult with the public to see how local people feel about the plan. Do you agree with its content ? Do you support a heritage led approach to development of […]
We have now launched the Community Engagement Strategy which outlines the background to the Neighbourhood Plan and the way in which we will now talk and consult with individuals, businesses and other interested parties. This process will help us to shape the plan so that it properly reflects the needs and opinions of the whole […]