Feria Urbanism has recently been appointed by Yalding Parish Council to assist them in the preparation of a neighbourhood plan.
Yalding is a village and civil parish in the Borough of Maidstone in Kent, England. The village is situated 9.7 km south west of Maidstone at a point where the Rivers Teise and Beult join the River Medway. The parish includes the hamlet of Benover and the village of Laddingford and has a population of around 2,300 people. There are three bridges in the village and Town Bridge is one of the finest medieval bridges in the south-east of England.
Our task is to draw together the many different interest groups in the parish to allow them to share ideas and develop a consensus around a single plan for the future. Please contact the parish council for more details about how you can get involved.
The Feria Urbanism team is involved in other neighbourhood plans in a series of towns and villages including Hawkhurst, Lewes, Ticehurst, Loose, Staplehurst and Faversham. The team has also worked with a neighbourhood forum on the edge of Bristol city centre and a neighbourhood plan group in the heart of Southampton city centre. If you wish to know more about these other neighbourhood plan projects, please get in touch.
Yalding Parish Wide Neighbourhood Plan
Download the five individual PLACE assessment handbooks for the parish [4.80 MB]