Aston Clinton Neighbourhood Plan

Aston Clinton Neighbourhood Plan Publication

Notice of Poll Aston Clinton

AVDC has now received the independant examiners report on the Aston Clinton neighbourhood plan. The examiner decided that a hearing was not necessary and has recommended that the plan proceed to referendum with modification. AVDC has made the decision to accept the examiners report and the Neighbourhood Plan will proceed to referendum which will take place on 19 July 2018. The information statement is available alongside a notice of referendum.

Supporting documents

What is the Aston Clinton Neighbourhood Plan

The Aston Clinton Neighbourhood Plan (ACNP) is the emerging development plan for the Aston Clinton Neighbourhood Area (covering the same area as the parish council) for the period 2013-2033. On adoption it will form part of the Development Plan, which planning applications in that area will be assessed against. The ACNP has policies which look to shape development rather than make allocations, it has a design and community facility focus, proposes a settlement boundary and also looks to designate eight areas of Local Green Space.

Supporting documents

You can view all of the consultation documents by clicking on the links below.



Alternatively the documents of the publication material are available to view at the following locations:

Café in the Park, Aston Clinton, Aston Clinton Park, London Road, Aston Clinton, HP22 5HL

Monday – Sunday 9.00am-5.00pm

Aston Clinton Parish Council, Aston Clinton Park, London Road, Aston Clinton, HP22 5HL

By appointment – 01296 631269

AVDC, The Gateway, Gatehouse Road Aylesbury, HP19 8FF

Monday – Thursday 8.45 to 17.15

Friday 8.45 to 16.45


Previous neighbourhood area information

Consultation on the Aston Clinton Neighbourhood Plan Area was undertaken in Spring 2015. On 22 April 2015, AVDC approved the Neighbourhood Plan Area for the Aston Clinton Neighbourhood Plan. You can view the application and Council report below:You can view a copy of the proposed area below:

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