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Barmby Moor neighbourhood plan

Details progress made on the Barmby Moor neighbourhood plan and how to get involved. 

Has a Neighbourhood Development Plan been prepared for Barmby Moor?

The Barmby Moor Neighbourhood Plan (BMNP), prepared by Barmby Moor Parish Council, has been submitted to East Riding of Yorkshire Council for examination. East Riding of Yorkshire Council undertook a public consultation on the BMNP from Monday 26th September to Monday 7th November 2022 (under Regulation 16).

All representations/responses to this consultation are listed below and have now been submitted to an independent examiner for consideration during examination, which will commence from the 28th November 2022.

The independent examiner will review the representations received and if required, will undertake a hearing to ensure adequate examination of any relevant issues. Further details will be made available on this web page once the examination starts. 

Barmby Moor Neighbourhood Development Plan - Examination Arrangements (pdf 179kb)

Barmby Moor Neighbourhood Development Plan - Clarification Note 28/11/2022 (pdf 183kb)

Once adopted, the Neighbourhood Plan will be used with the East Riding Local Plan to provide locally specific planning policies, detailed advice and guidance for the determination of planning applications in the Barmby Moor Neighbourhood Area. 

The Neighbourhood Plan and Design Guide, supporting documents and copies of the representations received are available below. 

Neighbourhood Plan and Design Guide

Submission Barmby Moor Neighbourhood Plan 2022 – 2037 (pdf 4.1mb)

Barmby Moor Neighbourhood Plan - Designated Area Map (pdf 2.3mb)

Supporting documents

Barmby Moor Neighbourhood Plan - Basic Conditions Statement (pdf 1.1mb)

Barmby Moor Neighbourhood Plan - Consultation Statement (pdf 5.1mb)

Barmby Moor Neighbourhood Plan – SEA HRA Screening Opinion (pdf 5.7mb)

Representations 

BMNP 001 Ashcourt Group (pdf 266kb opens in new window)

BMNP 002 Barmby Moor Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group (pdf 120kb opens in new window)

BMNP 003 Coal Authority (pdf 352kb opens in new window)

BMNP 004 Historic England (pdf 17kb opens in new window)

BMNP 005 Marine Management Organisation (pdf 78kb opens in new window)

BMNP 006 James Richardson and E Robinson & Sons (pdf 13.9mb opens in new window)

BMNP 007 Natural England (pdf 192kb opens in new window)

BMNP 008 National Grid (pdf 111kb opens in new window)

BMNP 009 National Highways (pdf 138kb opens in new window)

BMNP 010 North Yoprkshire County Council (pdf 205kb opens in new window)

BMNP 011 Simon Baker (pdf 6.3mb opens in new window)

BMNP 012 Sport England (pdf 168kb opens in new window)


How can I get involved with the Barmby Moor Neighbourhood Development Plan?

Barmby Moor Parish Council have led the preparation of their Neighbourhood Development Plan with support from East Riding of Yorkshire Council. The plan has been through the statutory consultation stages and is to be considered by an independent examiner (see above). If you would like to know more about the process of preparing the plan, you should contact the parish council in the first instance.

Barmby Moor Parish Council website (external website)

Will the Barmby Moor Neighbourhood Development Plan look to allocate sites for development?

The submitted Barmby Moor Neighbourhood Development Plan (see above) does not propose to allocate sites for development. 

When was the Barmby Moor neighbourhood area designated?

The Barmby Moor Neighbourhood Area was formally designated by the council on 22 March 2016 following a period of public consultation from 1 February 2016 to 14 March 2016. A decision record is set out below together with a copy of the application and a schedule of responses:

Decision to approve Barmby Moor neighbourhood area (pdf 734kb)

Barmby Moor neighbourhood area map - as designated (pdf 2mb)

Schedule of responses to Barmby Moore area application (pdf 83kb)

Barmby Moor Area Application (pdf 4mb)

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