Update On The Three Parishes Neighbourhood Plan

Finally! the Three Parishes Neighbourhood Plan has reached Regulation 16. It’s taken ages but we finally got there. We have to wait until Friday September 1st to see if there are any queries and then it goes to the planning inspectorate. Watch this space.

Adderley, Moreton in Say and Norton Hales Parish Councils have prepared a Neighbourhood Plan in accordance with Regulation 15 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) (Amendment) Regulations 2015.

 Adderley, Moreton in Say and Norton Hales Parish Councils have submitted their Neighbourhood Plan to Shropshire Council. The submission is accompanied by a Summary Document, the Basic Conditions Statement, Consultation Statement, Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Screening Assessment and the Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) Screening Assessment.


 As required by Regulation 16 of the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations, Shropshire Council is inviting representations during a public consultation on the submission version of the Three Parishes Neighbourhood Plan.

 Representations are now invited on the submitted version of the neighbourhood plan. The consultation documents can be downloaded andviewed on this page:



 Respond via e-mail: planningpolicy@shropshire.gov.uk

 Or by post to:

Planning Policy – Shropshire Council 

Broseley Neighbourhood Plan

PO BOX 4826



 A hard copy of the Three Parishes Neighbourhood Plan is available at Shirehall, Abbey Foregate Shrewsbury for inspection during normal opening hours. Copies have also been made available at Moreton Say village noticeboard and the bus shelter community libraries in Norton in Hales and Adderley.

 Representations must be received by Shropshire Council no later than 5pm on FRIDAY 1 SEPTEMBER 2023.

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