Neighbourhood Planning Referendums
Upper Eden (Eden) March 2013 90% YES 34% Turnout The Upper Eden Neighbourhood Plan was amended following consultation. The plan was put into place following a referendum where 90% voted in favour.
St James (Exeter) May 2013 92% YES 21% Turnout
<div>Thame (South Oxon) May 2013 76% YES 40% Turnout</div>
Tattenhall (Cheshire West &amp; Chester) October 2013 96% YES 52% Turnout
Lynton &amp; Lynmouth (North Devon/Exmoor) November 2013 81% YES 17% Turnout
Norland (RBKC) December 2013 74% YES 26% Turnout Neighbourhood Plan | Norland Conservation Society
<div>Broughton Astley (Harborough) January 2014 89% YES 33% Turnout</div>
<div>Cringleford (South Norfolk) January 2014 93% YES 30% Turnout</div>
Ascot &amp; The Sunnings (Windsor &amp; Maidenhead) March 2014 91% YES 21% Turnout Information on the Ascot, Sunninghill & Sunningdale Neighbourhood Plan which has been produced over the past three years by volunteers fromt he local community.
<div>Edith Weston (Rutland) April 2014 90% YES 22% Turnout</div>
Woodcote (South Oxon) April 2014 91% YES 59% Turnout
<div>Strumpshaw (Broadland) May 2014 66% YES 59% Turnout</div>
<div>Much Wenlock (Shropshire) May 2014 85% YES 45% Turnout</div>
<div>Uppingham (Rutland) July 2014 92% YES 26% Turnout</div>
Heathfield Park (Wolverhampton) July 2014 91% YES 8% Turnout
Tettenhall (Wolverhampton) July 2014 93% YES 15% Turnout
Cockermouth NDO (Allerdale) July 2014 61% YES 19% Turnout
<div>Loxwood (Chichester) June 2015 98% YES 38% Turnout</div>
Bembridge (Isle of Wight) July 2014 92% YES 39% Turnout
Chaddesley Corbett (Wyre Forest) September 2014 81% YES 28% Turnout
Billesdon (Harborough) September 2014 84% YES 55% Turnout
Winsford (Cheshire West &amp; Chester) October 2014 69% YES 16% Turnout
<div>Worth (Dover) November 2014 92% YES 45% Turnout</div>
<div>Malmesbury (Wiltshire) November 2014 90% YES 32% Turnout</div> Old Drafts
<div>St Eval (Cornwall) November 2014 93% YES 34% Turnout</div>
<div>Cerne Valley (West Dorset) December 2014 92% YES 39% Turnout</div> CVNP.Final.NeighbourhoodPlan.20140911.pdf
<div>Madeley (Telford &amp; Wrekin) January 2015 94% YES 17% Turnout</div> Information on the Madeley Neighbourhood Plan.
Exminster (Teignbridge) February 2015 95% YES 33% Turnout
<div>Inner East Preston (Preston) February 2015 93% YES 14% Turnout</div> The Inner East Preston Neighbourhood Plan was made by the council on 23 April 2015 and as a result is now part of the Development Plan for the area. The Neighbourhood Plan is available in the documents section on this page.
<div>Hurstpierpoint (Mid Sussex) February 2015 92% YES 44% Turnout</div>
<div>Newick (Lewes) February 2015 89% YES 49% Turnout</div>
Backwell (North Somerset) February 2015 96% YES 41% Turnout
<div>Rendlesham (Suffolk Coastal) March 2015 97% YES 47% Turnout</div>
<div>Chalfont St Peter (Chiltern) March 2015 79% YES 21% Turnout</div>
<div>Denmead (Winchester) March 2015 66% YES 41% Turnout</div> Elections • Winchester City Council
Great Coxwell (Vale of White Horse) March 2015 95% YES 49% Turnout Great Coxwell Neighbourhood Plan - Vale of White Horse District Council
Drayton (Vale of White Horse) March 2015 91% YES 34% Turnout
<div>Bishop's Stortford (East Herts) March 2015 93% YES 20% Turnout</div>
<div>Brading (Isle of Wight) March 2015 85% YES 21% Turnout</div>
Lympstone (East Devon) March 2015 86% YES 43% Turnout
<div>Allendale (Northumberland) March 2015 79% YES 20% Turnout</div> Northumberland County Council - Home
<div>Find out more about the story of the first 100 referendums</div> Bulletin from the government's neighbourhood planning team about the latest news and policy developments.
Malpas (Cheshire West) May 2015 92% YES 62% Turnout
Wirksworth (Derbyshire Dales) May 2015 83% YES 69% Turnout A neighbourhood planning referendum will be held for the Wirksworth Neighbourhood Plan on Thursday 7 May 2015.
Hough-on-the-Hill (South Kesteven) July 2015 80% YES, 47% Turnout
Stubton (South Kesteven) July 2015 92% YES, 58% Turnout
<div>West Hampstead (London Borough of Camden) July 2015 YES 93% Turnout 14%</div>
Chapel-en-le-Frith (High Peak) July 2015 96% YES 32% Turnout
Tickhill (Doncaster) July 2015 87% YES 27% Turnout By-Elections and Vacancies - Doncaster Council
Stowey Sutton (Bath &amp; North East Somerset) August 2015 95% YES 36% Turnout
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Roseland (Cornwall) August 2015 75% YES 41% Turnout
Quethiock (Cornwall) August 2015 88% YES 34% Turnout
<div>September 2015 Market Bosworth (Hinckley &amp; Bosworth) 89% Yes 23% Turnout</div> Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council download - Market Bosworth Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) | Planning and building control | Planning policy and the local plan | Local Plan 2006 to 2026
<div>Hook Norton (Cherwell) September 2015 Yes 97% Turnout 35%</div> Neighbourhood Planning - Latest News
<div>Freshford &amp; Limpley Stoke September 2015 Yes 74% Turnout 50%</div>
<div>Clutton September 2015 Yes 96% Turnout 31%</div>
<div>Sudbury Town September 2015 Yes 94% Turnout 16%</div>
<div>Devizes (Wiltshire) September 2015 Yes 90% Turnout 22%</div>
<div>Woburn Sands (Milton Keynes) May 2014 </div><div>90% Yes 42% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Central Milton Keynes </div><div>May 2015 </div><div>Business: 88% Yes 64% Turnout Residents: 84% Yes 61% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Wolverton (Milton Keynes) </div><div>July 2015 </div><div>90% Yes 17% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Lakes Estate (Milton Keynes) September 2015 </div><div>Yes 88% Turnout 15%</div><div><br></div><div>Great Linford North (Milton Keynes)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>83% Yes 12% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Great Linford South (Milton Keynes)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>83% Yes 12% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Newport Pagnell (Milton Keynes)</div><div>May 2016</div><div>83% Yes 34% Turnout</div>
<div>Pewsey (Wiltshire) September 2015 Yes 94% Turnout 25%</div>
<div>Cheddington (Aylesbury Vale) September 2015 93% Yes 51% Turnout</div>
Long Ashton (North Somerset) September 2015 95% Yes 33% Turnout North Somerset Council | Long Ashton neighbourhood development plan
<div>Nuthurst (Horsham) September 2015 87% Yes 47% Turnout</div> Shaping the future of Nuthurst Parish
<div>Balsall Heath (Birmingham) 8 October 2015 90% Yes 22% Turnout</div> On this page you will find information about the progress of the Balsall Heath Neighbourhood Development Plan, and associated documents.
<div>Hook Heath (Woking) 8 October 2015 94% Yes 39% Turnout</div> Hook Heath Neighbourhood Plan Referendum
Coton Park (Rugby) 8 October 2015 93% Yes 25% Turnout Coton Forward Neighbourhood Development Plan Referendum
Devonshire Park (Wirral) October 2015 92% Yes 31% Turnout Devonshire Park Neighbourhood Plan Wirral Council resolved to legally ‘make’ the Neighbourhood Development Plan for Devonshire Park on 14 December 2015.  Decisions on whether or not to grant planning permission in Devonshire Park will now need to be made in accordance with the Neighbourhood Development Plan unless material considerations indicate otherwise. A copy of the
<div>Gnosall (Stafford) October 2015 93% Yes 25% Turnout</div> Gnosall Parish Council in Staffordshire, UK exist to improve the quality of life for those who live and work in the Parish of Gnosall and those who visit it.
Bradwell (Peak District) October 2015 Yes 85% Turnout 27% Bradwell neighbourhood plan: Peak District National Park
<div>Ripley (Amber Valley) October 2015 89% Yes 21% Turnout</div> An error has occured
Idridgehay (Amber Valley) October 2015 92% Yes 31% Turnout An error has occured
Matterdale (Lake District/Eden) October 2015 73% Yes 41% Turnout Matterdale Neighbourhood Plan Referendum Information Statement
Earls Barton (Wellingborough) October 2015 93% Yes 28% Turnout Neighbourhood Planning. There are two main mechanisms: A Neighbourhood Plan is a new way of helping local communities influence the planning of an area they live and work in. A Neighbourhood Development Order can grant permission for certain types of development without the need to submit a planning application to the Cuncil
<div>Duston (Northampton) November 2015 85% Yes 17% Turnout</div> Duston Parish Neighbourhood Plan Referendum
Elkesley (Bassetlaw) November 2015 Yes 94% Turnout 36% The page you were looking for could not be found
<div>Ringmer (Lewes) November 2015 Yes 92% Turnout 42%</div> Home page
South Wooton (King's Lynn &amp; West Norfolk) November 2015 89% Yes 23% Turnout South Wootton Parish Neighbourhood Plan
Brancaster (King's Lynn &amp; West Norfolk) November 2015 82% Yes 33% Turnout Brancaster Parish Neighbourhood Plan
Welbourn (North Kesteven) November 2015 88% Yes 49% Turnout
<div>East Leake (Rushcliffe) November 2015 95% Yes 36% Turnout</div>
<div>Petersfield (East Hampshire/South Downs) November 2015 83% Yes 26% Turnout</div> Petersfield Neighbourhood Plan Referendum | East Hampshire District Council
Whitnash (Warwick) November 2015 93% Yes 15% Turnout Warwick District Council download - Neighbourhood plans - Whitnash | Planning | Planning policy
Walton (Wakefield) December 2015 95% Yes 34% Turnout Details of the neighbourhood plan for Walton
Harworth &amp; Bircotes (Bassetlaw) December 2015 85% Yes 14% Turnout The page you were looking for could not be found
Norley (Cheshire West &amp; Chester) December 2015 95% Yes 20% Turnout Norley Parish Council's application
<div>Cuckfield (Mid Sussex) </div><div>July 2014 </div><div>94% Yes 34% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Hurstpierpoint &amp; Sayers Common (Mid Sussex)</div><div>February 2015</div><div>92% Yes 42% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Ardingly (Mid Sussex) </div><div>March 2015 </div><div>88% Yes 38% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>West Hoathly (Mid Sussex) </div><div>March 2015 </div><div>74% Yes 28% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Burgess Hill (Mid Sussex) December 2015 </div><div>85% Yes 21% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Crawley Down (Mid Sussex) December 2015 </div><div>96% Yes 33% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Lindfield (Mid Sussex) </div><div>January 2016 </div><div>95% Yes 29% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Turner's Hill (Mid Sussex) </div><div>January 2016 </div><div>85% Yes 30% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Twineham (Mid Sussex) </div><div>January 2016 </div><div>94% Yes 51% Turnout</div> Neighbourhood Plan documentation for the various towns and parishes of the Mid Sussex district.
<div>Mulbarton (South Norfolk) December 2015 93% Yes 20% Turnout</div> Tacolneston Parish By Election This election has been uncontested. See below for the Notice.  Notice of uncontested election Information for candidates For any other information please email 
Linton (Leeds) December 2015 96% Yes 48% Turnout
<div>Anslow (East Staffs) </div><div>July 2014 </div><div>94% Yes 34% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Horninglow &amp; Eton (East Staffs) March 2015 </div><div>88% Yes 11% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Branston (East Staffs) </div><div>July 2015 </div><div>81% Yes 14% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Outwoods (East Staffs) </div><div>July 2015 </div><div>89% Yes 30% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Yoxall (East Staffs) </div><div>July 2015 </div><div>95% Yes 43% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Stretton (East Staffs) </div><div>January 2016 </div><div>95% Yes 30% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Tatenhill (East Staffs) </div><div>January 2016 </div><div>92% Yes 46% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Anglesey (East Staffordshire)</div><div>July 2016</div><div>89% Yes 7% Turnout</div> Parishes in East Staffordshire have been very proactive in wanting to shape their local areas. There are 17 Parishes who have either had their Neighbourhood Plans made (adopted) by East Staffordshire Borough Council or who are currently writing them:
<div>West Haddon (Daventry) January 2016 91% Yes 33% Turnout</div> Daventry District Council - Welford Neighbourhood Development Plan
Coniston (Lake District) January 2016 80% Yes 31% Turnout Coniston Parish
Caistor (West Lindsey) January 2016 74% Yes 26% Turnout Caistor Neighbourhood Plan MADE
Nettleham (West Lindsey) January 2016 91% Yes 41% Turnout Nettleham Neighbourhood Plan MADE
<div>St Neots (Huntingdonshire) February 2016 93% Yes 22% Turnout</div> Neighbourhood Plan | St Neots Town Council
<div>Scraptoft (Harborough)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>92% Yes 30% Turnout</div> Council policy and strategy documents.
<div>Sturton Ward (Bassetlaw)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>89% Yes 28% Turnout</div> The Sturton Ward Neighbourhood Plan The Sturton Ward Neighbourhood Plan Referendum took place on 11th February 2016. The results were 88.93 in favour and 11.07 against. Download the Declaration of results Adoption of Sturton Ward Neighbourhood Plan Following the successful result of the Public Referendum held on the 11 February 2016 on the Sturton
<div>Buckland (Aylesbury Vale)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>93% Yes 45% Turnout</div> Buckland Neighbourhood Plan | Buckinghamshire Council | Aylesbury Vale Area
<div>Burpham (Guildford)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>92% Yes 22% Turnout</div>
<div>Higham Ferrers (East Northants)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>92% Yes 16% Turnout</div> Neighbourhood planning gives local communities the opportunity to plan for their local areas and decide what the place where you live should look like and how it should develop and grow in the future. It can be used to: ?choose where new homes, shops and offices should be built; ?have a say on what those new buildings should look like; ?influence the design and functionality of open spaces around where you live; and ?grant planning permission for the new buildings your community wants to see go ahead.
<div>Lydney (Forest of Dean)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>86% Yes 17% Turnout</div> Sorry, This page is unavailable
<div>Alton (East Hampshire)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>93% Yes 29% Turnout</div> Alton neighbourhood plan | East Hampshire District Council
<div>Old Market Quarter (Bristol)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>88% Yes 10% Turnout</div> Neighbourhood planning: Old Market -
<div>Bassett (Southampton)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>94% Yes 21% Turnout</div> Easy access to key online services, news and information from Southampton City Council
<div>Morpeth (Northumberland)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>93% Yes 30% Turnout</div> Find out about neighbourhood planning and the current and proposed neighbourhood plans. There is also a step-by-step guide and useful links to find out more.
<div>St Quintin and Woodlands (Royal Borough of Kensington &amp; Chelsea)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>92% Yes 23% Turnout</div> Information about the Neighbourhood Plan and the St Quintin and Woodlands Neighbourhood Forum.
<div>Stonnall (Lichfield)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>92% Yes 30% Turnout</div> Stonnall neighbourhood plan – Lichfield District Council
<div>Little Aston (Lichfield)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>89% Yes 22% Turnout</div> Little Aston neighbourhood plan – Lichfield District Council
<div>Chipping Norton (West Oxfordshire)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>91% Yes 21% Turnout</div> Chipping Norton Town Council has produced a Neighbourhood Development Plan, which has been through the independent examination process and has been passed in a local referendum. The plan will now be used by West Oxfordshire District Council to help decide planning applications in the Neighbourhood Area.
<div>Binfield (Bracknell Forest)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>82% Yes 16% Turnout</div> Binfield Parish Neighbourhood Area
<div>Spring Boroughs (Northampton)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>90% Yes 20%Turnout</div> This is the Neighbourhood Plan Area application from Spring Boroughs
<div>Bunbury (Cheshire East)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>96% Yes 44% Turnout</div> Neighbourhood plans for Bunbury
<div>Brereton (Cheshire East)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>96% Yes 51% Turnout</div> Documents prepared as part of the Brereton neighbourhood development plan, and links to the consultations
<div>Henley &amp; Harpsden (South Oxfordshire)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>82% Yes 28% Turnout</div> Henley-Harpsden Joint Neighbourhood Plan - South Oxfordshire District Council
<div>Sprowston (Broadland) </div><div>March 2014 </div><div>88% Yes 16% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Strumpshaw (Broadland) </div><div>May 2014 </div><div>66% Yes 59% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Acle (Broadland) </div><div>January 2015 </div><div>85% Yes 16% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Great &amp; Little Plumstead (Broadland) June 2015 </div><div>96% Yes 28% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Brundall (Broadland)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>93% Yes 30% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Blofield</div><div>July 2016</div><div>91% Yes 18% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Drayton</div><div>July 2016</div><div>89% Yes 13% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Old Catton</div><div>July 2016</div><div>93% Yes 17% Turnout</div> Read how Neighbourhood Plans affect development and planning applications in your town or village
<div>Pitstone (Aylesbury Vale)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>97% Yes 49% Turnout</div> Pitstone Neighbourhood Plan | AVDC
<div>Oakley &amp; Deane (Basingstoke)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>95% Yes 43% Turnout</div> The council received the independent examiner's report for the Oakley and Deane Neighbourhood Plan (ODNP) on 7 December 2015.
<div>Woldingham (Tandridge)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>86% Yes 33% Turnout</div> 404 Error Page - Tandridge District Council
<div>Audlem (Cheshire East)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>97% Yes 43% Turnout</div> Documents prepared as part of the Audlem neighbourhood development plan, and links to consultations
<div>Brereton (Cheshire East)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>96% Yes 28% Turnout</div> Documents prepared as part of the Brereton neighbourhood development plan, and links to the consultations
<div>Long Compton (Stratford on Avon)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>92% Yes 52% Turnout</div> Long Compton Neighbourhood Plan - Submitted for Examination 21 August 2015. Inspector reported 23 November 2015. Referendum result Yes on 24 March 2016 and 'made' by the District Council on 25 April 2016 - the first in Stratford District.
<div>Pewsey (Wiltshire) September 2015 Yes 94% Turnout 25%</div>
<div>Compton Bassett (Wiltshire)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>94% Yes 57% Turnout</div> Latest progress
<div>Henfield (Horsham)</div><div>April 2016</div><div>95% Yes 36% Turnout</div> A Neighbourhood Plan is a community-led framework that is used to help determine future planning applications in a particular area.
<div>Horncastle (East Lindsey)</div><div>April 2016</div><div>65% Yes 21% Turnout </div> East Lindsey District Council - Horncastle Neighbourhood Development Plan
<div>Cottesmore (Rutland)</div><div>April 2016</div><div>84% Yes 20% Turnout</div> 404 Page not found
<div>Herefordshire </div><div><br></div><div>Weston under Penyard</div><div>February 2016</div><div>96% Yes 39% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Eardisley Group (Herefordshire)</div><div>April 2016</div><div>82% Yes 38% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Staunton-on-Wye (Herefordshire)</div><div>April 2016</div><div>88% Yes 36% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Brimfield and Little Hereford</div><div>July 2016</div><div>92% Yes 46% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Fownhope</div><div>July 2016</div><div>67% Yes 59% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Wellington</div><div>July 2016</div><div>87% Yes 33% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Humber, Ford and Stoke Prior</div><div>July 2016</div><div>82% Yes 46% Turnout</div> Home page for planning and building control services
<div>Ashurst Wood</div><div>Mid Sussex</div><div>87% Yes 38% Turnout</div> Ashurst Wood Neighbourhood Plan
<div>Bentley</div><div>East Hampshire</div><div>5 May 2016</div><div>90% Yes 36% Turnout </div> Bentley neighbourhood plan | East Hampshire District Council
<div>Bishops Lydeard and Cothelstone</div><div>(Taunton Deane) </div><div>May 2016</div><div>80% Yes 31% Turnout </div> Taunton Deane Council home page
<div>Eccleshall (Stafford)</div><div>May 2016</div><div>76% Yes 30% Turnout </div>
<div>Hartford (Cheshire West &amp; Chester)</div><div>May 2016</div><div>94% Yes 34% Turnout </div><div><br></div> Hartford Parish Council's neighbourhood plan
<div>Helsby (Cheshire West &amp; Chester)</div><div>May 2016</div><div>92% Yes 26% Turnout</div> Helsby Parish Council's neighbourhood plan
<div>Loders (West Dorset)</div><div>May 2016</div><div>82% Yes 40% Turnout</div> Following a
<div>Medstead &amp; Four Marks </div><div>(East Hampshire)</div><div>May 2016</div><div>93% Yes 41% Turnout </div> Medstead and Four Marks Neighbourhood Plan | East Hampshire District Council
<div>Milland (South Downs)</div><div>May 2016</div><div>89% Yes 34% Turnout</div> Milland Parish Council are preparing a Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) for Milland.  The following stages have been completed and documents have been produced so far: Statutory stage Further information & documents  Referendum  A referendum was held on the Milland NDP on Thursday 5 May 2016. There was a 33.8% turnout, with the following results: Yes = 89.2% […]
<div>Neston (Cheshire West &amp; Chester)</div><div>May 2016</div><div>86% Yes 29% Turnout </div> Neston Parish Council's area neighbourhood plan
<div>Newton Abbot (Teignbridge)</div><div>May 2016 </div><div>80% Yes 21% Turnout </div><div><br></div> Information relating to the Newton Abbot Neighbourhood Plan referendum that took place on 5 May 2016
<div>St Ives (Cornwall)</div><div>May 2016</div><div>83% Yes 43% Turnout </div> Information on the St Ives Area Neighbourhood Development Plan
<div>Kirdford (Chichester) </div><div>May 2014 94% YES 44% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Southbourne (Chichester) November 2015 </div><div>88% Yes 27% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Fishbourne (Chichester)</div><div>February 2016</div><div>94% Yes 30% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Fernhurst (South Downs/Chichester)</div><div>March 2016</div><div>88% Yes 18% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Birdham (Chichester)</div><div>May 2016</div><div>89% Yes 46% Turnout </div><div><br></div><div>Tangmere (Chichester)</div><div>May 2016</div><div>89% Yes 21% Turnout </div><div><br></div><div>Wisborough Green (Chichester)</div><div>May 2016 </div><div>83% Yes 37% Turnout</div>
<div>Tarporley (Cheshire West &amp; Chester)</div><div>May 2016</div><div>96% Yes 46% Turnout </div><div><br></div> Tarporley neighbourhood plan
<div>Waters Upton (Telford &amp; Wrekin)</div><div>May 2016</div><div>86% Yes 44% Turnout </div> Information on the Waters Upton Neighbourhood Plan.
<div>Hamsey (Lewes)</div><div>June 2016</div><div>90% Yes 28% Turnout</div> Home page
<div>Kentish Town (London Borough of Camden)</div><div>June 2016</div><div>91% Yes 14% Turnout</div> Camden council's website provides information about services and councillors. Online services include payments, planning search, library catalogue and jobs with the council.
<div>Wroughton (Swindon)</div><div>June 2016</div><div>87% Yes 40% Turnout</div> Wroughton Parish Council
<div>Overton (Basingstoke &amp; Deane)</div><div>June 2016</div><div>53% Yes 71% Turnout</div> The council received the independent examiners report for the Overton Neighbourhood Plan (ONP) on the 31 December 2015.
<div>Arun District</div><div><br></div><div>Arundel</div><div>April 2014</div><div>90% Yes 27% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Felpham</div><div>July 2014</div><div>90% Yes 18% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Barnham &amp; Eastergate</div><div>July 2014</div><div>95% Yes 36% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Littlehampton</div><div>October 2014</div><div>86% Yes 16% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Yapton</div><div>October 2014</div><div>95% Yes 22% Turnout</div><div>Bersted</div><div>October 2014</div><div>91% Yes 16% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Ferring</div><div>December 2014</div><div>83% Yes 45% Turnout</div><div>CRTB1 76% Yes 45% Turnout</div><div>CRTB2 71% Yes 45% Turnout</div><div>CRTB3 79% Yes 45% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Rustington</div><div>January 2015</div><div>94% Yes 20% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Kingston</div><div>January 2015</div><div>97% Yes 31% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>East Preston</div><div>January 2015</div><div>92% Yes 21% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Angmering</div><div>January 2015</div><div>97% Yes 31% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Bognor Regis</div><div>October 2015</div><div>84% Yes 12% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Climping</div><div>December 2015</div><div>93% Yes 45% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Clapham</div><div>March 2016</div><div>94% Yes 53% Turnout</div> Details and results of Arun neighbourhood plan referendums including past and future elections.
<div>Quainton (Aylesbury Vale)</div><div>July 2016</div><div>95% Yes 38% Turnout</div> Quainton Neighbourhood Plan | AVDC
<div>Kilsby (Daventry)</div><div>July 2016</div><div>93% Yes 50% Turnout</div> Daventry District Council - Kilsby
<div>Spratton (Daventry)</div><div>July 2016</div><div>57% Yes 35% Turnout</div> Daventry District Council - Spratton Neighbourhood Development Plan
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Welton Neighbourhood Plan</span></div><div><br></div> Welton by Lincoln Neighbourhood Plan MADE
<div>Ashcott (Sedgemoor)</div><div>August 2016</div><div>86% Yes 40% Turnout</div> The Ashcott Neighbourhood Plan was formally adopted as part of the development plan for the district on 19th October 2016.
<div>Stroud Town (Stroud)</div><div>August 2016</div><div>91% Yes 13% Turnout</div> meetingType | Stroud District Council
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Nailsworth Community Right to Build (Stroud)</span></div><div>August 2016</div><div>84% Yes 25% Turnout</div><div><br></div> Nailsworth | Stroud District Council
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Eastington (Stroud)</span></div><div>August 2016</div><div>91% Yes 29% Turnout</div><div><br></div> meetingType | Stroud District Council
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Whiteshill &amp; Ruscombe (Stroud)</span></div><div>August 2016</div><div>88% Yes 21% Turnout</div><div><br></div> meetingType | Stroud District Council
<div>Longworth (Vale of White Horse)</div><div>August 2016</div><div>79% Yes 40% turnout</div>
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Albourne Neighbourhood Plan</span></div><div><br></div><div>Referendum 1st September</div><div>96% Yes</div><div>43% turnout</div><div><br></div> Updates on the Albourne neighbourhood plan and links to all relavant documents
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Balcombe Neighbourhood Plan - Mid Sussex</span></div><div>Referendum 1st September</div><div>94% Yes</div><div>27% Turnout</div><div><br></div><div><br></div><div><br></div> Information on Balcombe neighbourhood plan
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Bolney Neighbourhood Plan</span></div><div><br></div><div>Referendum 1 September 2016</div><div>94%Yes</div><div>56% Turnout</div><div><br></div> Information on the Bolney neighbourhood plan from Mid Sussex District Council
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Kineton Neighbourhood Plan </span></div><div>Referendum 1 September</div><div>90% Yes</div><div>Turnout 46%</div><div><br></div> Kineton Neighbourhood Plan - Formal Submission Consultation July-Sept 2015. Submitted for Examination Oct 2015. Inspectors report received Jan 2016. Referendum held on 1 September 2016. Result 90.1% Yes. NDP 'made' 24 October 2016.
<div>East Bergholt 8 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 51.27 %</div><div>Yes 94.75% </div>
<div>Marden Neighbourhood Plan</div><div>8 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 33%</div><div>Yes 86%</div><div></div><div><br></div><div><br></div> Information about Marden neighbourhood area and neighbourhood development plan
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Eardisland </span></div><div>8 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 43%</div><div>Yes 86%</div><div><br></div><div><br></div> Information about Eardisland neighbourhood area and neighbourhood development plan
<div>Lavenham</div><div>8 September</div><div>Turnout 36%</div><div>Yes 91%</div><div></div><div><br></div><div><br></div> Neighbourhood Planning
<div>Wollaston </div><div>8 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 27%</div><div>Yes 75%</div><div><br></div><div></div>
<div>Wye with Hinxhill</div><div>8 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 25%</div><div>Yes 95%</div><div><br></div><div></div><div><br></div>
<div>Chidham and Hambrook</div><div>13 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 31%</div><div>Yes 94%</div><div><br></div><div></div>
<div>Brighstone</div><div>15 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 23%</div><div>Yes 90%</div><div></div><div><br></div>
<div>Colwich</div><div>15 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 29%</div><div>Yes 93%</div><div></div><div><br></div>
<div>Hixon</div><div>15 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 32%</div><div>Yes 95%</div><div><br></div><div></div><div><br></div><div><br></div>
<div>Marchington</div><div>15 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 32%</div><div>Yes 93%</div><div></div><div><br></div><div><br></div>
<div>Newborough</div><div>15 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 43%</div><div>Yes 92%</div><div><br></div><div><br></div>
<div>Shifnal</div><div>15 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 31%</div><div>Yes 93%</div><div></div><div><br></div><div><br></div>
<div>Stapenhill</div><div>15 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 10%</div><div>Yes 92%</div><div></div><div><br></div><div><br></div>
<div>Englishcombe</div><div>15 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 26%</div><div>Yes 91%</div><div></div><div><br></div><div><br></div>
<div>Congresbury Community Right to Build Order</div><div>15 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 38%</div><div>Yes 70%</div><div></div><div><br></div>
<div>Wingrave with Rowsham</div><div>22 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 40%</div><div>Yes 78%</div><div></div><div><br></div>
<div>Southwell</div><div>22 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 27%</div><div>Yes 93%</div><div></div><div><br></div>
<div>Arley</div><div>22 September 2016</div><div>Turnout 28%</div><div>Yes 91%</div><div></div><div><br></div><div><br></div>
<div>Barby and Onley</div><div>29 September</div><div>Turnout 35%</div><div>Yes 93%</div><div></div>
<div>Flore</div><div>29 September 2016</div><div>89% Yes</div><div>Turnout 33%</div><div><br></div><div></div>
<div>Sonning Common</div><div>29 September 2016</div><div>94% Yes</div><div>48% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Wiggington, Hopwas and Comberford</div><div>29 September</div><div>86% Yes</div><div>18% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Barford, Sherbourne and Wasperton (Warwick) </div><div>6 October 2016 </div><div>96% voted Yes 45% turnout</div><div><br></div> Barford Neighbourhood Plan
<div>Dunston, North Kesteven</div><div>3 Nov 2016 </div><div>91% voted yes </div><div>Turnout 25%</div> Dunston Neighbourhood Plan
<div>Great Dunmow, Uttlesford</div><div>3 November 2016</div><div>93% voted yes</div><div>21 % turnout</div> Uttlesford District Council - Great Dunmow Neighbourhood Plan
<div>Warminster </div><div>Referendum date 10 November 2016</div><div><br></div><div>78 voted yes, based on a 16% turnout </div>
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Truro and Kenwyn </span></div><div>Referendum date 10 November 2016</div><div><br></div><div>85% voted yes from a turnout of 17% </div><div><br></div> Information on the Truro and Kenwyn Neighbourhood Development Plan
<div>Referendums on Neighbourhood Plans in Bassetlaw</div><div><br></div><div>Tuxford </div><div>Referendum 10 November 2016</div><div> 81% voted Yes 14% turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Shireoaks</div><div>Referendum date 16 November 2016 </div><div>92% voted 'yes' 23% turnout </div><div><br></div><div><br></div> Referendums on Neighbourhood Plans in Bassetlaw
<div>Great Dunmow (Uttlesford)</div><div>Referendum date 3 November 2016</div><div>93% voted yes, based on a 21% turnout </div> Uttlesford District Council - Great Dunmow Neighbourhood Plan
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Dunston Neighbourhood Plan Referendum - 3 November 2016</span></div><div><br></div> Dunston Neighbourhood Plan Referendum - 3 November 2016
<div>Staplehurst</div><div>Referendum date 3 November 2016</div><div>93% voted yes of a 34% turnout</div> What Are They - Maidstone Borough Council
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Findon (South Downs) </span></div><div><span style="font-size:16px;">Referendum date 3 November 2016</span></div><div><span style="font-size:16px;">93% voted 'yes' from a turnout of 26% </span></div><div><br></div> Findon Parish Council have prepared a Neighbourhood Development Plan for Findon. Details of the neighbourhood plan preparation are available at the Findon Parish Council website The following stages and documents have been produced: Statutory stage Further information & documents Plan Review 2018 Pre-submission Consultation Findon Parish Council carried out their Pre-Submission consultation on the updated …
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Rotherwick (Hart) </span></div><div>Referendum date 3November 2016</div><div><br></div><div>93% voted 'yes' from a 55% turnout</div><div><br></div> Rotherwick | Hart District Council
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Bloxham (Cherwell) </span></div><div>Referendum date 3 November 2016</div><div>97% voted 'yes' from a 32% turnout</div><div><br></div> This website is provided by Cherwell District Council and contains useful information for people living and working in North Oxfordshire.
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Kingstone and Thruxton </span></div><div>Referendum date 3 November 2016</div><div>89% voted 'yes' from a 22% turnout</div><div><br></div> Information about Kingstone and Thruxton Group neighbourhood area and neighbourhood development plan
<div>Herefordshireneighbourhood plans </div><div><br></div><div><span>Kingston and Thruxton Referendum 3 November 2016 89% voted Yes 22% turnout</span></div><div><br></div><div>Breinton </div><div>Referendum 3 November 2016 </div><div> 97% voted Yes 38% turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Callow and Haywood Referendum 3 November 2016 76% Voted Yes 28% turnout</div><div><br></div><div>Bartestree and Lugwardine Referendum 3 November 2016 96% voted Yes 44% turnout</div> Home page for planning and building control services
<div>Shenstone (Lichfield) </div><div>Referndum 16 November 2016</div><div>89% voted 'Yes' 24% turnout</div> Shenstone neighbourhood plan
<div>Walton (Milton Keynes)</div><div>Referendum 17 November 2016 </div><div>89% voted 'Yes' 15% turnout</div><div><br></div>
<div>Bosham (Chichester)</div><div>Referendum 17 November 2016</div><div>90% voted 'Yes' 36% turnout</div> Chichester District Council: Neighbourhood Planning
<div>Bosham Neighbourhood Plan</div><div>Chichester</div><div>90% Yes</div><div>36% turnout</div> Chichester District Council: Bosham Neighbourhood Plan Referendum
<div>Shireoaks (Bassetlaw)</div><div>92%Yes</div><div>23% turnout</div><div><br></div><div></div> Shireoaks Neighbourhood Plan Referendum Information Statement and documentation.
<div>Walton (Milton Keynes)</div><div>89% Yes</div><div>15% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Shenstone (Lichfield)</div><div>89% Yes</div><div>24% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Atmos Totnes CRTBO (South Hams)</div><div>86% Yes</div><div>31% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Downton (Wiltshire)</div><div>96% Yes</div><div>36% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Holt (Wiltshire)</div><div>93% Yes</div><div>33% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Kessingland (Waveney)</div><div>89% Yes</div><div>28%turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Potterne (Wiltshire)</div><div>93%Yes</div><div>36% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Highnam (Tewksbury)</div><div>96% Yes</div><div>42% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Stockland (East Devon)</div><div>86% Yes</div><div>18% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Winchcombe and Sudeley (Tewksbury)</div><div>87% Yes</div><div>22% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Faringdon (Vale of White Horse)</div><div>91% Yes</div><div>19% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Blewbury (Vale of White Horse)</div><div>95% Yes</div><div>43% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Thurcaston (Charnwood)</div><div>96% Yes</div><div>37% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Brixworth Daventry)</div><div>96% Yes</div><div>34% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Moulton (Daventry)</div><div>91% Yes</div><div>28% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Haywards Heath (Mid Sussex)</div><div>91% Yes</div><div>16% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Hoylake (Wirral)</div><div>86% Yes</div><div>22% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Shinfield (Wokingham)</div><div>87% Yes</div><div>15% turnout</div><div></div>
<div>Pyrford (Woking)</div><div>97% Yes</div><div>38% turnout</div><div></div>

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