Welcome to the Horncastle Neighbourhood Development Plan (HNDP)

Next Public Consultations!

Saturday 10 May – we’ll be on the green on Tennyson Gardens 10am – 2pm, and then moving to Thomas Gibson Drive green 2pm- 5/6pm.

Saturday 3rd May - we’ll be on The Wong 10am – 2pm, and then moving to Next to the cricket pitch 2pm- 5/6pm.

Saturday 17th May - we’ll be at the Community Centre 10-3pm and at The Stanhope Hall 10-3pm.

Sunday 18th May - We’ll be at the green space/play area between Tesco and Prospect Street 10am – 2pm, and then moving to the traffic lights at Langton Hill/West St. junction 2pm- 5/6pm.

Saturday 24th May - we’ll be in Bells Yard Close 10am - 1pm, then moving to Louth Rd and Low Toynton Road junction  1pm- 3pm, and then to Winceby Gardens green 3 – 5/6pm.

More info here

Our Vision:

“To preserve and enhance the essential nature of Horncastle;
to encourage sustainable new residential and commercial developments; and to improve the infrastructure and community facilities
for the benefit of the residents of the town and surrounding villages.”

Welcome! In January 2013 a Steering Group was formed to create the

Horncastle Neighbourhood Development Plan (HNDP)

A Neighbourhood Development Plan is a planning document that, when approved, will guide the future development of the area. That means it is about the use and development of land and associated social, economic and environmental issues.

The Steering Group are local people who are deeply interested in and committed to a bright and prosperous future for the town. We are not part of either East Lindsey District Council or Horncastle Town Council.

It’s a whole new approach to planning which recognises that the best people to say where future housing, business and community-related developments should go are the residents of the parish of Horncastle.

That’s you.

The Horncastle Neighbourhood Development Plan covers most aspects of the future development of our town. It’s our chance to come together as a community and decide on the kind of town we want Horncastle to be in the next 15 years, and beyond.

The Plan, which you’ll be able to vote on in a referendum, will set out the types of development we believe the town needs and which sites we feel would be most appropriate for such developments.

The greater the contribution from individuals and community groups, the more relevant the plan will be to the town’s future. So, take a look around the website, see the kinds of ideas being developed and then let us know your thoughts. Your contribution really is vital.

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