Here is a repository of documents relating to writing of the Sutton Poyntz Neighbourhood Plan. For Minutes of meetings, go to the Meetings page.

  • Place Appraisal - 1 December 2017. This document describes the village as it is now, and sets a number of challenges for the future. This copyrighted document is available as a PDF file that can be opened within the website or downloaded and hence viewed or printed (N.B. This PDF file is very large). Alternatively there is a Place Appraisal website that can be viewed in your browser. This is designed to be viewed full screen, which on a PC can usually be done by clicking the F11 key.
  • Survey - December 2017. The Village Survey being conducted over December, with a closing date of 5th January 2018, consists of two parts, a Stage 2 Survey which can be completed by all individuals who live and/or work in the village, and a Housing Needs survey which can be completed (one per household) by households that believe they may have a need for new accommodation in the next 5 years or so. The documents related to these surveys are: (1) a covering letter, (2) the Stage 2 Survey, and (3) the Housing Needs Survey. The Stage 2 Survey is designed to be printed in "booklet" format; to do this, you need to download it, open it in Adobe Acrobat, select Print, and select Booklet.
  • Newsletter 4 - November 2017
  • Project Plan - 13 October 2017
  • Subgroup Terms of Reference - 16 May 2017
  • Newsletter 3 - March 2017
  • Consultation 1 Report - 3 March 2017 (see also the Consultation 1 pages for the Consultation raw data, the Key Word analysis, and the Coffee Morning display material)
  • Newsletter 2 - October 2016 (plus Covering Letter)
  • Local Authority consultation report and documents - This is part of the Officers' Report to the Borough's Management Committee meeting on 20 September 2016 - see pages 67 to 108.
  • Steering Group Terms of Reference - approved 8 June 2016
  • Neighbourhood Forum application - 27 May 2016 - Application for Sutton Poyntz to be a Neighbourhood, and for the Sutton Poyntz Society to be its Neighbourhood Forum;
  • Newsletter 1 - February 2016