UPDATE: 7 May. The plan has been approved by a massive majority of those that voted, 1185 for and 184 against. Thanks to everyone for their support. The neighbourhood plan has been put together by residents to provide local guidance
On March 16, the executive of BFC will vote to approve a consultation on a revised version of the Bracknell Forest Local Plan. This sets out the sites for new development up to 2037. The previous version proposed 4000 homes
Finchampstead has released it’s draft Neighbourhood Development Plan for public consultation. Western parts of Crowthorne, including most of Ravenswood Avenue, Wellesley Drive, and the houses along the lower Wokingham Road, including the Brambles, are all part of the Parish of
Wokingham District Council are considering 2 new applications , 190914 and 191068, for a total of 1600 new homes as part of the planned strategic development in an arc South of Wokingham. The original plan was to include a new
CVAG have submitted an objection to the application, 20/00347/FUL, for 10 flats on the site of the old Mango Tree restaurant in Church Street. The applicant was originally granted permission for internal alterations to convert into 5 flats, which would
The Crowthorne neighbourhood plan, produced by Crowthorne Parish Council in conjunction with other local stakeholders, including CVAG, has now been approved to be presented for referendum to the residents of Crowthorne. The referendum is provisionally planned for 6 May 2021,
Both Bracknell Forest and Wokingham Borough Councils have set up systems for virtual meetings so that the planning committees can continue to function by holding virtual meetings during the COVID restrictions. Further information can be found here.
Although the AGM has been postponed, our treasurer has still produced the annual accounts and treasurers report. These are available to view on the tab “Documents”
A new document has been added, the BFC Design supplementary planning document (SPD). This provides guidance on what is and is not acceptable for design in new developments, including residential extensions.
It won’t surprise any of you to hear that, because of the Covid-19 crisis, we have to postpone the CVAG AGM and public meeting, originally planned for 28 May. We hope to rearrange an alternative date when the situation returns to