Feria Urbanism will be providing Chichester City Council with a neighbourhood plan training package.
Chichester City Council has embarked upon the production of a neighbourhood plan to guide the development of the city over the next decade or more. The plan will seek to positively address green spaces, heritage buildings and access and movement issues.
Our work involves providing the client group with a better understanding of what a neighbourhood plan can and cannot do in terms of regulating the built environment and the statutory processes that need to be adhered to. The embedded video on this page (right) provides core content on this issue
We shall also provide skills support as they continue to manage their steering group together with mapping assistance as they undertake a strategic audit of the city and its assets. More information on mapping task this will follow shortly and will be made available on this web page.
Due to the restrictions on movement and social gatherings imposed during the Covid-19 public health crisis, much of this work has been delayed since March. But from July onwards, the project is now being restarted.
The Feria Urbanism team has been involved in other neighbourhood plans in a series of towns and villages including Loose, Hawkhurst, Lewes, Ticehurst, Staplehurst and Faversham. The team has also worked with a neighbourhood forum in Bristol. If you wish to know more about these other neighbourhood plan projects, please get in touch.
Click above for the training video
download a copy of the slideshow here