Berkshire, UK

Neighbourhood Planning

A neighbourhood plan is a community led planning framework for guiding the future development, regeneration and conservation of an area.  It contains aims, visions, planning policies and proposals for improving an area or providing new facilities.  It deals with a wide range of social, economic and environmental issues such as housing, employment, heritage

and transport.  A neighbourhood plan will be

part of the statutory development plan for

an area if successful at referendum. This statutory

status gives neighbourhood plans far more weight.



At its Parish Council meeting on Monday 21st May 2018, the Parish Council approved terms of reference for the newly formed Neighbourhood Planning group and agreed a period for the plan of 20 years.



For further information visit

Analysis of Responses to Household Questionnaire

The document is a direct result of the questionnaires completed by residents. It is not making any recommendations.


The Neighbourhood Plan Team will now work through your responses and prepare a draft plan for consultation.

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

In view of the current situation, all Neighbourhood Planning meetings will be cancelled.  This will be reviewed over the coming months and updates provided as we are able. All enquiries to

Contact Us

Clerk - Maria Bradshaw
The Office, 9 Primrose Lane,

Winnersh, Wokingham.

RG41 5UR.

T: 0118 979 8914


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