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Neighbourhood Plan Review

logo of heart with text: Shaping The Heart of Stroud Review 2022-23

Since the NDP was adopted it has been influential in shaping developments large and small, from the redevelopment of the Merrywalks Shopping Centre, (now Five Valleys) to many other smaller developments in the town centre.

The plan also paved the way for many of the projects included in the Levelling Up Fund bid, for example proposals to promote walking and cycling, opening up Brunel Mall to link to the station car park and providing real-time passenger information.

Some of the proposed development sites in Stroud District Council's new Local Plan, which is currently undergoing an independent examination by the Planning Inspectorate prior to adoption, were first proposed for development in the NDP. These include the Cheapside area, Merrywalks Arches, the Police Station and former Magistrates' Court site, and Beeches Green.

The following documents are preliminary and have been done as part of the review and have not been adopted.

Last updated: Tue, 08 Aug 2023 10:53