Neighbourhood Plan is a way of helping local communities to influence the planning of the area in which they live and work.

It can be used to:

  • Develop a shared vision for your neighbourhood.
  • Choose where new homes, shops, offices and other development should be built.
  • Identify and protect important local green spaces.
  • Influence what new buildings should look like.

General neighbourhood plan guidance and details of funding available to assist in producing a neighbourhood plan can be found on the following link:

https://neighbourhoodplanning.org/

Application form for area and forum designation.

Marton Moss Neighbourhood Plan Area and Marton Moss Neighbourhood Forum application

An application to designate the Marton Moss Neighbourhood Plan Area and the Marton Moss Neighbourhood Forum has been submitted and we are inviting your comments on the application.

Consultation is taking place from 9am Monday 21st January 2019 to 5pm Monday 4th March 2019 

How to comment

Download the documents below:

Marton Moss Neighbourhood Area and Forum Designation Application Form

Proposed Marton Moss Neighbourhood Area

Marton Moss Supporting Statement

Marton Moss Constitution

Send comments to planning.strategy@blackpool.gov.uk

Or write to use at:

Blackpool Council

Planning Strategy Team

PO Box 17

Corporation Street

Blackpool

FY1 1LZ

 

Comments must be received by 4th March 2019 

 

Further information and background

Marton Moss neighbourhood planning approach

The core strategy was adopted in January 2016 and identifies the remaining lands at Marton Moss as being integral to the local distinctiveness of Blackpool and is highly valued by the local community.

Policy CS26 sets out a neighbourhood planning approach. This means getting the community more involved in deciding what they want for the area, for example how to retain the Moss’ distinctive character as well as deciding where and what type of development may be acceptable.

The Council undertook consultation events in November 2017 and the local community voted in favour of producing their own Neighbourhood Plan.  For more information on the consultation process and the results, please see the documents below.

Consultation report

Information leaflet

Information boards 

Evidence base

Blackpool Local Plan, Part 1 - Core Strategy 2012-2027 

Blackpool Local Plan 2001-2016 Saved Polices 

Marton Moss Background Paper 2009

Marton Moss Characterisation Study 2009

Marton Moss/M55 Hub Traffic Impact Assessment 2011

Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment 2014

Fylde Coast Authorities Gypsy and Travelling Showpeople Accommodation Assessment

Local Transport Plan Strategy

Fylde Coast Highways and Transport Masterplan 2015  

M55 Habitats Survey 2009

Blackpool's Nature and Conservation Statement 2012