Neighbourhood Plans

Wickersley Neighbourhood Plan

Status: Awaiting referendum

Referendum documents

Following an independent examination, the Local Planning Authority recommended that the Neighbourhood Plan should proceed to a Referendum based on the Neighbourhood Area as approved by the Council (Wickersley Parish boundary). This referendum will take place on 5 May 2022, the required supporting documents are available below:

Further information about the referendum is available on the Council's website at: rotherham.gov.uk/elections

Map of Wickersley Parish

Previous stages

Neighbourhood Area proposed: 19th September 2017

See the application letter.

Wickersley Parish Neighbourhood Area: approved at the Cabinet and Commissioners' Decision Making Meeting 11 December 2017.

See the meeting details.

Wickersley Parish Neighbourhood Area Decision Letter (and Map) – 23 January 2018.

See the decision letter.

Plan submitted: 28 May 2021

Wickersley Parish Council, as the qualifying body, submitted the draft Wickersley Neighbourhood Plan to Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council on 28 May 2021. The Council undertook consultation on the submission documents (as required by Regulation 16 of The Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended)) between 10 September to 25 October 2021.

Mr Christopher Collison BA (Hons), Dip TP, MBA, MRTPI was appointed as Examiner to conduct the examination of the Wickersley Neighbourhood Plan and publish a Report with recommendations. Further details are available on the examination webpage.

Please refer to the examination webpage

What happens next

The amended Wickersley Neighbourhood Plan will proceed to a referendum.