Thank you for visiting the site of the Redington Frognal Neighbourhood Plan.
The Redington Frognal Neighbourhood Plan relates to planning matters (the use and development of land) and has been prepared in accordance with the statutory requirements and processes set out in the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 (as amended by the Localism Act 2011) and the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2012.
Policies are supported by a detailed Evidence Base, funded by Redington Frognal Association, government grants and funding allocations from the local element of the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL).
AGMs – Sunday 1st October 2023
The Neighbourhood Forum and Association invite residents to attend their AGMs on Sunday 1st October. Please come to hear about local events and raise any concerns. Drinks and refreshments will be served.
Venue by kind permission of:
St. Margaret’s School, 18 Kidderpore Gardens, NW3 7SR
The meetings will run consecutively, beginning at 5.00pm
Please RSVP if you can attend to: email@example.com
The Redington Frognal Neighbourhood Plan (Adoption version) – is available to download here:
The Evidence Base of documents which underpin the Policies is available here.
Report to Camden Council of the Independent Examination, 24.12.20
The independent Examiner, Mr. Tony Burton CBE BA MPhil (Town Planning) HonFRIBA FRSA, completed his Examination of the Redington Frognal Neighbourhood Plan on 24.12.20. He found that the Neighbourhood Plan, subject to modifications, meets the Basic Conditions and can proceed to referendum.
In his report, he states the following:
I consider the Plan to be an adequate expression of the community’s views and ambitions for Redington Frognal. It is based on an effective programme of public consultation which has informed a Vision to 2045 and six Aims/Objectives. These are translated into 16 planning policies dealing with issues distinct to the locality. The Plan is supported by a Consultation Statement, Basic Conditions Statement and Strategic Environmental and Habitats Regulations Assessment screening opinions. Supporting evidence is provided on most aspects of the Plan, including primary evidence produced during the Plan’s preparation. There is good evidence of community support and the involvement of the local planning authority.
I have considered the 50 separate representations made on the submitted Plan and representations on the Strategic Environmental Assessment and Habitats Regulations Assessment screening opinions and addressed them in this report as appropriate.
Subject to the recommended modifications set out in this report I conclude that the Redington Frognal Neighbourhood Plan meets all the necessary legal requirements, including satisfying the Basic Conditions. I make a small number of additional recommendations.
He concludes his report with the following recommendation:
Recommendation and Referendum Area
I am satisfied the Redington Frognal Neighbourhood Plan meets the Basic Conditions and other requirements subject to the modifications recommended in this report and that it can proceed to a referendum. I have received no information to suggest other than that I recommend the referendum area matches that of the Neighbourhood Area.
Proposed modifications are being incorporated in cooperation with Camden Council.
Redington Frognal Neighbourhood Plan documents are also hosted on Camden’s website at: https://www.camden.gov.uk/redington-and-frognal-neighbourhood-forum