Wiltshire Council have taken the decision pursuant to Section 38A(4) of the Planning & Compulsory Purchase Act, 2004, to ‘make’ the Holt Neighbourhood Plan. The Holt Neighbourhood Plan now forms part of the Wiltshire Council Development Plan and the policies in the Neighbourhood Plan will be given full weight when assessing planning applications that affect land in the Holt Neighbourhood Area. A copy of the Holt Neighbourhood Plan and Wiltshire Council’s post-referendum Decision Statement will be available on Wiltshire Council’s website at: http://www.wiltshire.gov.uk/planninganddevelopment/planningpolicy/neighbourhoodplanning/npneighbourhoodplanareas.htm
Result of the Neighbourhood Plan referendum 24 November 2016
431 for 33 against
Link to the Bradford on Avon Museum History of Holt added to the Reference Items of this website
The Parish Council are currently in the process of raising funds to re-site the current defibrillator to make it more accessible. Generous donations have already been pledged and with a little more help we will be able to site another one in the village. If you would like to contribute there are collecting boxes in The Old Ham Tree and and the Holt Superstore.
The Complaints procedure has now been published on this website – see sidebar tab
Document can be found on the reference items section of this website
A Referendum relating to the Holt Neighbourhood Plan will be held on Thursday 24 November 2016 in the Village Hall
The question which will be asked in the Referendum is ‘Do you want Wiltshire Council to use the neighbourhood plan for Holt to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area? Two documents will be available for information this week
Monday 17 October 2016: Information Statement
Thursday 20 October: Notice of Referendum
Both these items will be available for viewing on the Neighbourhood Plan page of this website
The results of the 2016 Survey are published under the footpaths section of this website
May we appeal to drivers to consider pedestrians and buggy users when parking on the roadside. The incidence of vehicles obstructing pavements is happening more and more often in the Village. Whilst it is appreciated that on road parking is nearly at saturation point and that the roads are narrow in places, it is inconsiderate and unacceptable to park in such a way that pedestrians and buggy users are forced into the road.
Please think before parking on the pavement!