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Please CLICK HERE for the Notice of Conclusion of Audit
The Town Council and Steering Group are pleased to report that the result of the Referendum was that 80% of those who voted on 5th May, voted YES to the Newton Abbot Neighbourhood Development Plan being adopted as planning policy.
Following the Referendum the Plan has now been 'made' (adopted) by Teignbridge District Council. This now means that the Newton Abbot Neighbourhood Development Plan has been brought into legal force, and forms part of the statutory Development Plan for Teignbridge District. Consequently, planning decisions in Newton Abbot Parish will be made in accordance with Newton Abbot Neighbourhood Development Plan 2016-2033 and the Teignbridge Local Plan 2013-2033. Please CLICK HERE to view The Decision Statement
Thank you very much to those who took the time to vote in favour of the Plan.
Thank you also to all those who have given their time so freely to work through the process of preparing the Plan.
For more information please CLICK HERE
For the Declaration of Result of Poll please CLICK HERE
For the final version of the Plan please CLICK HERE
For more information about the Newton Abbot Neighbourbood Plan see their website www.newtonabbotndp.org.uk
For the Special Edition of the Flyer please CLICK HERE
Newton Abbot CIC is working closely with Newton Abbot Community Trust to secure the renovation of Golden Lion Square. The Square is in the town centre opposite the Passmore Edwards Centre. You may have noticed that work has started on the site. It will be re-paved and re-planted with new seating and a small performance area.
The Newton Abbot Community Trust is very pleased with progress made with the improvements to Golden Lion Square in Newton Abbot. Work is due to be completed early in the new year and individuals or groups can help by sponsoring certain items in the square, such as paviors, sleepers, benches, trees and shrubs. The trees and the circular bench already have sponsors, including Austins, John Pike and the Rotary Club of Newton Abbot.
Jeremy Newcombe, Chair of the Trust, said "We are very pleased that items can be sponsored for as little as £1. The public were very clear that they wanted a lovely open space in which to sit and read or for occasional performances. We hope that they will now contribute to help to make this a reality."
If individuals, groups or businesses, would like to sponsor one or more items, please visit http://www.newtonabbotcic.org.uk/fp.php?id=1434 or pick a form from the Town Hall in Devon Square. You can also request a form by phoning 01626 201120. Plans and more information can be found on the Newton Abbot CIC website.
The Newton Abbot Community Trust is a charity and consists of members of Newton Abbot Community Interest Company (CIC) and Newton Abbot Town Council