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January 2021


The High Lane Neighbourhood Development Plan has been submitted to Stockport Council who are conducting their 6 week formal consultation on the Plan starting Wednesday January 27th and ending Sunday March 14th. The consultation will be publicised in the local press and around High Lane.

Where Can I See the Submission version of the Plan?
1) The Submission version of the Plan can be viewed at the SMBC’s Consultation hub here:
Stockport Consultation Site

2) On our website at the link below


3) At Marple or Hazel Grove Libraries by appointment.



How can I Comment or Respond?
1) Through the SMBC Consultation hub above or

2) By email to neighbourhood.plans@stockport.gov.uk or

3) In writing to: Technical Policy and Planning(FPH) , SMBC, Stopford House, Piccadilly, Stockport SK13XE

As always we value your comments including a simple statement of approval or rejection without comment.



RESPONSES CAN ONLY BE ACCEPTED THROUGH SMBC VIA THE ABOVE METHODS
Please do not respond to the Forum’s e mail address or via Facebook 


Technical Evidence Base

PLEASE CLICK BELOW TO READ EACH DOCUMENT

The Traffic Studies

The Ecology Report by Cheshire Wildlife Trust

The Design Codes Document

High Lane is a rural village within Stockport along the A6 road, it has some historical buildings dating back to the 1600’s and surrounded by farms and Greenbelt land. It has history of open cast mining and the canal network from those times still like to Marple, Macclesfield and beyond. The old rail line to the west is now the Middlewood way a popular recreational route.


The High Lane Village Neighbourhood Forum is working with all the local community within the area to develop a Neighbourhood plan for the village and surround area as shown in our map. If you live or work in the area please join us or contact us. We also welcome partner organisations from inside and adjacent to the area.

 

Other  online documents

Please click the button to view all our documents made publicly available.

Working Groups

We have four main working groups within the plan, 
Transport
Looking at commuting and access.

Assessing existing transport systems and anticipating future needs for public transport, cycling, parking and pedestrians. Read more HERE

Housing
Looking at our future housing needs.

Seeking the right type and scale of developments in the right place.
Read more HERE.
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Greenspace
Looking at our open Greenspaces

To explore how we can enhance and safeguard our recreational and green needs. Read more HERE

Heritage
How to protect our history in the village

Identifying, protecting and enhancing local heritage that is valued by the community. Read more HERE

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Forum Members

4650

High Lane Residents

24

Partners

Tell us what you want to see in your village 

News & Documents

You can download our recent newsletter combined with our latest meeting notes below.

The Village Gallery 

High Lane is situated amongst the Macclesfied Canal, Middlewood Way and Lyme Park.
Here are just a few of the places you will see in and around our village. 

Our Plan 

A place without a plan is a place without a future.
Please find below documents that relate to Our Plan 

Boundary Map

This is our chosen Boundary

Please view our boundary map below.
This is the designated area for the High Lane Village Neighbourhood Forum. YOu can view our statement HERE

Our Constitution

The committee agreement

Please view our committee full constitution built by our forum members.

Our Application

Our submitted application

Please view our submitted application to Stockport Council to commence the Neighbourhood Forum.

Area Description

A little bit about High Lane

Please view our description of High Lane and the groups and population of the area.

Our Draft Plan

The plan as chosen by you

As we move forward you will be able to view our draft plan using the link below..

Contact Us

You can contact us using the email address below:
Chair: Mr Richard Jones
Secretary: Mrs Claire Porterfield

Email: ourforum@hlvnf.org

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