SGC Local Plan Phase 2 Consultation response

South Gloucestershire Council are currently on a phase 2 consultation on the local plan. This is significant as it will set the framework for planning in Marshfield for the next 20 years. The consultation closes on 4th April.

The full documentation is quite extensive and Marshfield CLT will be responding to relevant sections. Our initial response has been circulated to members and can be found here:

AGM 2021

Covid-19 restrictions are no longer a legal requirement but MCLT has decided not to old a face- to- face AGM but as with last year we invite you to participate through the process set out in the list below.
Voting on agenda items will be done through a pro-forma sent to you on Wed Oct 13th 2021 after nominations for the Board have closed and any resolutions have been received.

  1. AGM papers to members Sat 2 October2021
  2. Members return nominations for the Board Noon Sat 9 Oct 2021
  3. Members submit any AGM Resolutions Noon Sat 9 Oct 2021
  4. Members receive voting papers Wed 13 October 2021
  5. Members return voting papers Noon Wed 20 Oct 2021
  6. AGM by Zoom -details to be sent nearer AGM date. Sat 12.00noon Oct 23 2021

Hard copies of nominations, resolutions and voting pro-forma to be sent to:
The Secretary, Marshfield Community Land Trust at The Tolzey Hall, 41 High
Street, Marshfield.
By email to:
The AGM will be held through Zoom at 12.00noon on Saturday 23rd October 2021.

Planning application submitted

On 24th December MarshfieldCLT submitted the planning application for 18 dwellings to the east of Marshfield. The application in publicly available on the South Gloucestershire planning portal.

There are 45 documents associated with this application. The two that give the overview of the application are the Design and Access Statements.  Comments in support would be very welcome and of course you can also make objections if you wish. Comments  have to be made by Feb 13th 2020. A reminder that this application is for a rural exception site which can only be considered for planning approval because it meets certain planning policy criteria. These include a requirement that the development is small scale and that homes will be for  people in housing need with a local connection. Any planning approval will be subject to a legal agreement  to ensure that the properties will always remain available at an affordable price for people in housing need and prioritised for those with a local connection.