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Hello and welcome to the online home for the Dinnington Neighbourhood Plan.

There is an update of the Neighbourhood Plan progress at the monthly meetings of the Parish Council.

To view the most up to date information please view the minutes of the meetings in the Document library section. 

We are pleased to report that the Draft Neighbourhood Plan is now complete and Newcastle City Council have completed their health-checking of the document, along with a screening assessment.

We completed our formal 8 week public consultation of the "Dinnington Parish Neighbourhood Plan 2021-2036 (Pre-Submission Draft - February 2022)” on the 10 June 22

Following the formal consultation in June of our Draft Plan with local residents, statutory bodies and other stakeholders in the community, we were able to produce a final “Submission” version of the NP. This was submitted to Newcastle City Council on 5 Jan 23 and will be subject to a final round of consultation led this time by Newcastle City Council, followed by an independent Examination to ensure the Plan meets Statutory requirements.

The final step of the Neighbourhood Plan process is for the Plan to proceed to a referendum open to all residents of Dinnington Parish. If this results in a majority support for the Plan, it will then be adopted and be used by Newcastle City Council as a statutory document in the determination of future planning applications in the Parish.


You can view the full "Dinnington Parish Neighbourhood Plan 2021-2036 (Pre-Submission Draft - February 2022)" by clicking HERE 


You can view the "Public Consultation leaflet" by clicking HERE


The Newcastle City Council Screening Report (SEA/HRA) does not form part of the Residents’ formal consultation and is there to support the overall Plan and aid the Statutory Consultees in their assessment/responses to the Plan.

A copy of the Screening Report can be viewed and downloaded by clicking HERE.


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