NDP Version and official documentation

  • Overstone NDP Vs 7.0 - Regulation 14 Public Consultation (PDF, 3.7 Mb)

    In recent years a number of planning applications have been submitted for residential development in Overstone. Several have been opposed by the local community because they object to further incursions into the surrounding countryside and believe that expansion within the Parish has already stretched the village infrastructure to the limit.
    Against this background the Parish Council decided to prepare a neighbourhood plan to help shape and influence any future development. As the 'Qualifying Body', the Parish Council submitted an application to Daventry District Council to designate the Parish as a Neighbourhood Area.
    This Overstone Neighbourhood Development Plan (ONDP) has been produced by the Overstone Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group, led by Overstone Parish Council, in consultation with the local community.
    This plan is the pre-submission (regulation 14) version which has been informed by public consultation and supporting documents, which can be found in the Evidence Base. Following further formal consultation this ONDP will be submitted to Daventry District Council.
    This Steering Group is consulting with those who live, work or have a business interest in the area and constructed this Plan. We believe that this is a reasonable and fair Plan, as it allows Overstone to grow in a sustainable fashion over the Plan period of 2019 to 2029.

  • Terms of Reference (PDF, 101 Kb)

    Neighbourhood Development Plan Steering Committee Terms of Reference

  • NDP Timeline (PDF, 47 Kb)

    NDP Timeline to August 2020

  • Neighbourhood Development Plan Steering Group (PDF, 65 Kb)

    Objectives of Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) Steering Group 2019

  • Overstone Neighbourhood Area Decision Letter (PDF, 1.6 Mb)

    Overstone Neighbourhood Area Decision Letter - July 31st 2020

  • Overstone SEA & HRA screening report December 2020 (PDF, 2.1 Mb)

    Overstone SEA & HRA screening report