Notice

Staverton Conservation Area – Adoption Statement

Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 and

Town and Country Planning

(Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012

Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990

Staverton Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan

Supplementary Planning Document

Adoption Statement

Notice is hereby given under Regulation 14 of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 that Daventry District Council adopted the above-mentioned Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) on 10th October 2019.

The SPD is intended to identify the special architectural and historic interest and to provide a clear framework and guidance for future development in and affecting the Staverton Conservation area.

The adopted SPD, a Consultation Statement and this Adoption Statement, can be viewed online at the Council’s website: www.daventrydc.gov.uk or inspected at the Daventry District Council Offices, Lodge Road, Daventry, NN11 4FP.

If you require any further information or advice please contact the Local Strategy Service at the above address or telephone 01327 302559.

Any person with sufficient interest in the decision to adopt the SPD may apply to the High Court for permission to apply for judicial review of that decision. Any such application must be made promptly and in any event not later than six weeks after 10th October 2019.

Anna Wilson

Heritage Policy Assistant

Daventry District Council – Business Team

Lodge Road, Daventry, Northamptonshire, NN11 4FP

01327 302291

Staverton Conservation Area – Consultation 2019

Staverton Consultation Poster

 

 

Have your say on village conservation area reviews

People are invited to give their views this summer on plans that aim to protect the heritage of five villages in Daventry District.

A series of consultations are being held by Daventry District Council (DDC) to seek the public’s feedback on Draft Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plans for Pitsford, Chapel Brampton, Staverton, Everdon and Little Everdon.

The plans have been drafted by DDC as part of a wider review of the District’s conservation areas – areas considered worthy of preservation or enhancement because of their special architectural or historic interest. Draft Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan documents have been produced for four existing conservation areas at Pitsford, Chapel Brampton, Staverton and Everdon and also make proposals for a new designation at Little Everdon.

Residents will be able to give their views, as well as attending drop-in sessions, during the following dates and times:

Pitsford Conservation Area Consultation – A focused consultation, following on from the previous October 2018 consultation started at 10am on Monday, 27 May and runs until 5pm on Monday, 8 July.

A public drop-in session will be held in Pitsford Village Hall on Tuesday, 26 June from 5pm to 7pm, when officers will be on hand to answer any questions.

View the plan and comment online at www.daventrydc.gov.uk/ConservationAreas

Chapel Brampton Conservation Area Consultation – from 10am on Monday, 3 June until 5pm on Monday, 15 July.

A public drop-in session will be held at the Bramptons Primary School on Thursday, 20 June from 6pm to 7.30pm.

View the plan and comment online from 3 June at www.daventrydc.gov.uk/ConservationAreas

Staverton Conservation Area Consultation – from 10am on Monday, 3 June until 5pm on Monday, 15 July.

A public drop-in session will be held at Staverton Village Hall on Wednesday, 3 July from 3.30pm to 7pm.

View the plan and comment online from 3 June at www.daventrydc.gov.uk/ConservationAreas

Everdon and Little Everdon Consultations – both take place from 10am on Monday, 3 June until 5pm on Monday, 15 July. A public drop-in session will be held at Everdon Village Hall on Tuesday, 9 July from 3.30pm to 7pm.

View the plan and comment online from 3 June at www.daventrydc.gov.uk/ConservationAreas

Councillor Alan Chantler, Strategic Planning Portfolio Holder at Daventry District Council, said: “It’s really important that we preserve the history of our District, and our ongoing review of conservation areas is key in helping to achieve this.

“Designation as a conservation area puts in place tighter planning controls for anyone seeking permission to alter or demolish a building, or carry out work to trees, in order to maintain the special interest of the area. Appraising these existing areas means we can continue to ensure our heritage is protected for the future.

“We have worked closely with members of the community in Pitsford, Chapel Brampton, Staverton, Everdon and Little Everdon to prepare these draft plans and I would encourage residents to have a look at them and give their views.”

People can also email their consultation feedback to heritage@daventrydc.gov.uk, give their responses in writing at the drop-in sessions, or by posting them to the Heritage Policy Officer, Local Strategy Service, Daventry District Council, Lodge Road, Daventry, NN11 4FP.

For further information please contact:

Becky Hutson, Daventry District Council Communications Team, on 01327 302404 or email rhutson@daventrydc.gov.uk

Daventry District Council is a local authority providing essential public services for Daventry District, supporting the daily needs of residents, businesses and visitors. To find out more visit www.daventrydc.gov.uk

Staverton Parish Council – Register of Interests

Under the Localism Act 2011,  the District Council is required to maintain a register

of the interests of the Parish and Town Councillors within the district.

The following link will take you to the Daventry District Council Website.

Please click on ‘Staverton Parish Council’ to see all councillors register of Interests.

https://www.daventrydc.gov.uk/your-council/council-and-democracy/parish-councils/parish-councillors-register-of-interestparish-councillors-register-of-interest/

Draft Copy of the Staverton Neighbourhood Development Plan – Sections

The Staverton Neighbourhood Development Plan is nearing completion

As the draft document is too large to uploaded on to the website at present, each section is listed below separately.

Please note that the following sections are DRAFT only.

Work is ongoing and the draft plan is liable to alteration as neccesary.

For further information, please contact the Parish Clerk

stavertonclerk@btinternet.com

Please click on one of the following sections to either view text or download:

Forward                                                         Downloadable Version

Section 1 – Introduction & Background          Downloadable Version

Section 2 – Process Summary                           Downloadable Version

Section 3 – Visions, Goals & Objectives          Downloadable Version

Section 4 – Staverton – Our Village                Downloadable Version

Section 5 – Conservation Area                       Downloadable Version

Section 6 – Neighbourhood Development Plan (to follow)

Section 7 – Policies   Downloadable Version

Section 8 – Appendix (to follow)

Consultation Event – Saturday 18th November 2017

Staverton Parish Council

Neighbourhood Development Plan

Consultation Event – Feedback Form

Further to Saturdays consultation event at the village hall, we are now looking for your feedback on the accompanying newsletter and the proposals contained within the draft plan (available to view online at stavertonparish.com). Your answers will help us to improve our consultation process and enable us to better deal with ensuring the plan is a true reflection of what the residents of the village want.

DO YOU HAVE ANY COMMENTS OR SUGGESTIONS THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE?

Please note: Only comments received from local residents will be used to

influence the plan. Please complete the name and address section of the form and return it to Tony Glover. 5 Daventry Road, Staverton

or email to stavertonclerk@btinternet.com.

 

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Irresponsible Dog Owners

New enforcement powers will target irresponsible dog owners

Dog owners are being urged to take heed of new enforcement powers introduced across Daventry District to tackle the issue of fouling in our parks and open spaces.

The new Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) introduced by Daventry District Council is designed to target the small number of irresponsible dog owners who persistently pick up after their pet, creating a mess as well as a health hazard.

The PSPO, which came into force on December 1, means dog walkers risk a £100 fine and potentially prosecution if they fail to:

  • Pick up their dog’s poo
  • Carry the means for picking up their dog’s poo while on a walk
  • Stop their dog from entering a fenced-off playground
  • Place their dog on a lead when directed by a Council officer
  • Put their dog on a lead in the area around the visitor centre/café at Daventry Country Park

The decision to implement the PSPO was made after a public consultation revealed strong support for it.

Enforcement of the PSPO will focus on education at first, with people who fall foul of the new rules reminded of their responsibilities as dog owners by Council enforcement officers.

However the new powers will be fully exercised from January 1, so dog owners are being urged to make sure they have plenty of poo bags with them.

Cllr Mike Warren, Health and Housing Porfolio Holder on Daventry District Council, said: “Every year our Council receives more than 100 complaints about dog fouling, which poses a real health hazard, especially to young children.

“We’ve introduced a number of innovative ideas and campaigns to tackle the problem, and those have proved effective in the main. But we still have a small minority of persistent offenders that we are keen to stop.

“This new order gives us greater powers to take effective action those irresponsible dog owners who do not pick up after their pets.

“Our initial priorities will focus on raising awareness of the new powers among local communities and to educate dog walkers about the issues. We will be advising them to make sure they have extra poo bags with them at all times to ensure they have the means to pick up, regardless of how long they’ve been out and about with their pet.

“These new powers are not intended to penalise the many responsible dog owners in our District, who should be assured that our officers will be taking a common-sense approach on their patrols. It’s not unreasonable though, for example, to expect someone who has just arrived at a venue to walk their dog to be carrying poop bags.”

People can find out more about the PSPO at www.daventrydc.gov.uk/dogfouling