Your final chance to comment on plans for future housing and jobs in the town

The Bradford on Avon Neighbourhood Plan sets out a vision for the future of the town and includes plan policies to influence the way that changes should be managed to 2026.

The final consultation on Bradford on Avon Neighbourhood Plan has begun and there is now a static display in the town library until Friday 27th May. Councillors and Working Group members will be in attendance between 12 noon and 2pm to answer your questions.

Hard copies are also available to read at the following venues:

Bradford on Avon Town Council Offices
Mon-Fri: 9am-12.30pm

Bradford on Avon Town Library
Mon: 10am-7pm | Wed: 9.30am-5pm | Thu: 9.30am-7pm | Fri: 9.30am-5pm | Sat: 9.30am-4pm

The Hub
Mon-Fri: 10am-1pm

Tourist Information Centre
Mon-Sun: 10am-4pm

Sainsbury’s Café
Mon-Sun: during opening hours

Or online at

Comment sheets are available online or at venues

After this final consultation and comments have been collated the plan will be submitted to Wiltshire Council to be publicised on their website for a further 6 weeks to permit wider consultation. Once this is completed Wiltshire Council will appoint an independent examiner to assess the plan to check that it conforms with local and national planning policies and E.U. Directives.

If all goes well the Inspector will recommend that a Referendum be held in the parish of Bradford on Avon to accept the plan.

The plan is nearing completion it has been a long process with some unexpected obstacles along the way. The Town Council would like to thank everyone who have helped with this Neighbourhood Plan especially the residents for their interest and contributions.

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