St Albans District Local Plan – Have Your Say!

St Albans District Council (SADC) is writing a new Local Plan which will show what can be built, and where from March 2019 up until 2036. SADC say they need to build 15,000+ houses, 10,000 of which will be on the greenbelt, and many of these will be in Redbourn Ward. (To cope with the extra traffic, a new M1 motorway junction might be built near Redbourn.)

St Albans District Council is holding a Public Consultation from 9 January – 21 February 2018. More details here

St Albans District Council are holding a public exhibition on the draft Local Plan at Redbourn Parish Centre from 2.00 pm – 8.00 pm on Tuesday 16th January. Come along to find out more and have your say

Feedback forms from Fun Run

If you picked up a form to feed back your views about the various sites in the Neighbourhood Plan last Sunday, don’t forget to fill it in and return it to the Parish Centre. If you didn’t pick up a map and a form, please note the size of one of the sites has been amended = you can see it elsewhere on this website.

Updated Map of Potential Sites for Consideration

Since the November 2015 consultation, 2 more sites have come forward. Site 8 which lies between, Lybury Lane, Redding Lane and the A5 and Site 9 which is a triangle of land on Hemel Hempstead Road near the Hemel entrance to the village. For the exact locations please refer to the revised map dated May 2016

Revised NP map 18.05.16

difference between Neighbourhood Plan and Strategic Local Plan

Some comments coming through the site talk about the Neighbourhood Plan and the large number of homes proposed by the District Council out at Woodhall Farm. Please be aware that the Neighbourhood Plan has no influence over this large site, which is part of the Strategic Local Plan being put together by St Albans Council. A consultation has just started on the SLP, get in touch with St Albans District Council if you wish your comments to be recorded. The Neighbourhood Plan is all about smaller sites, with no more than 200 homes in the village over the next 20 years – probably even fewer! The Vision Statement relates to the Neighbourhood Plan. Any infrastructure needs for the strategic site will have to be addressed by St Albans District Council. Always delighted to hear your views on the Vision Statement and our emerging Neighbourhood Plan for Redbourn Village.

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