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Holme-next-the-Sea lies 30kms north of Kings Lynn and 5 kms north east of the seaside town of Hunstanton. The entire Parish falls within the Norfolk Coast AONB and includes a National Nature Reserve at Holme Dunes.
Holme is renowned for its outstanding environment, its heritage and its wildlife. Villagers and the many visitors who share the peace and tranquility of this very special place feel passionately about its future and share concerns about the threat of inappropriate development. At a Parish meeting on 2nd February 2016, there was overwhelming support for the idea of creating a Neighbourhood Plan.
A Neighbourhood Plan will allow us to shape where any future development will go and what it will look like. Once adopted it will become part of the Local Development Framework and will be used in the determination of planning applications.
The Parish Council is leading the work on the Neighbourhood Plan but we want the whole community to participate in the process of building a shared vision for our future. At the end of the process, anyone entitled to vote in the Parish will be able to vote on the adoption of the Plan in a referendum.
Click on the following for information about
- Neighbourhood Planning
- The Designated Neighbourhood Plan Area
- How you can participate and make your views known
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