The first stage in developing a Neighbourhood Plan is to designate the 'Neighbourhood Area' which it will cover. A Neighbourhood Area application was received from Skelton Parish Council on 3 April 2014. After a six-week consultation period we designated Skelton Neighbourhood Area on 1 July 2014. Skelton Parish Council now have the right to produce their own Neighbourhood Plan or Neighbourhood Development Orders.
View the Skelton Neighbourhood Area Executive Committee decision report (PDF: 1.2 Mb / 21 pages) - available on request
Proposed Neighbourhood Development Order for Greenhollows
Regulation 23 Notification
A draft Neighbourhood Development Order was submitted which, if adopted, would have the effect that part of the Greenhollows Park Home/Caravan site, in the Parish of Skelton in Eden, Cumbria, could be used for permanent residential accommodation. Currently, residential use is restricted to the existing occupants only. The order removes this restriction.
A consultation was held on this proposal and closed on 21st January 2015:
View a copy of the accompanying documents:
All representations made were passed to an independent examiner who considered whether the Order meets the basic conditions required by the regulations. If it does, the examiner will recommend to the Council that a referendum be held in which local voters will decide if the Order should be approved.
Email Neighbourhood.Planning@eden.gov.uk for further enquiries.
Or write to: Planning Policy, Eden District Council, Mansion House, Penrith, Cumbria CA11 7YG
In line with the regulations, the proposed Neighbourhood Development Order for Greenhollows was submitted to independent examiner Timothy Jones, Barrister, FCIArb. His report, with recommendations to the Council, has been completed.
The Examiner concluded that the proposal for Greenhollows included in the Neighbourhood Development Order does not meet the basic conditions required for the proposal to go forward to a local referendum. This recommendation was considered by Eden's Executive on 7 July 2015, which accepted the recommendation of the Examiner.