Neighbourhood planning: Lockleaze

Neighbourhood planning: Lockleaze

Get involved with planning at a local level in Lockleaze.

Lockleaze became a designated neighbourhood planning area on 30 July 2012. You can look at a map of the Lockleaze neighbourhood planning area (pdf, 4.8MB) (opens new window) .

Lockleaze Voice Neighbourhood Development Forum became the designated forum for this area on 30 July 2012. This designation ceased to have effect on 30 July 2017.

The forum consulted on a neighbourhood development plan in 2015. 

Refusal to re-designation the forum

An application was received in June 2017 to re-designate the Lockleaze Voice Neighbourhood Development Forum as the Neighbourhood (Planning) Forum for the area.

This application has been refused. The refusal statement (pdf, 131k) (opens new window) sets out our reasons for making the decision. The statement is available to inspect at Lockleaze Library and City Hall.

City Hall
College Green
Bristol
BS3 9FS

Monday to Friday:  8:30am - 5:00pm

The decision was made in accordance with the relevant requirements of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990  and the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012 (as amended) (pdf, 196k) (opens new window) .

The designation of the Lockleaze Neighbourhood Planning Area remains in place. It will be possible for a new organisation to seek to be designated as a Neighbourhood Planning Forum, providing it can demonstrate that it meets the requirements of the Act and regulations.