The Taverham Neighbourhood Plan is a community-led document for guiding the future development of land in the parish until 2039. It is about the use and development of land.
By 2040 Taverham will remain a distinct, well connected, viable and appropriately designed semi-rural village, with a strong integrated community. Recognising the parish heritage, it will have excellent services, a variety of quality homes, flourishing businesses, valued countryside and wooded areas. Taverham will be a safe and sustainable place where people want to live, work and play.
On 12th November 2019, the Taverham Neighbourhood Plan and submission documents were submitted to Broadland District Council for checking, further consultation and independent examination.
- Taverham Neighbourhood Plan (submission version)
- Basic Conditions Statement
- Consultation Statement
- Sustainability Appraisal
- Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report
- Strategic Environmental Assessment Screening Report
- Habitat Regulation Screening Report
Understanding Neighbourhood Planning
In addition to our preferences for development being considered an adopted Neighbourhood Plan will mean Taverham Parish Council will receive 25% of the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) which developers of land pay to Broadland District Council. Without an adopted plan this CIL payable is only 15%.