Communicating what is happening with the Neighbourhood Plan is a crucial activity. In order for the plan to be successfully adopted at a referendum we must demonstrate that the community has been consulted and that people were aware of what was going on and had an opportunity to contribute to it.
The Communications Group handle all ‘external’ communication. This is to ensure that the message is consistent and that it follows a format that is agreed. This website, amongst many other activities, is part of the responsibility of the Communications Group. As time goes by you will see more and more information about the GPNP that is shared via posters, via social media and by other channels of communication such as local newspapers.
Communication is a critical activity to the successful ‘making’ of a Neighbourhood Plan and the Communications Group work hard to keep everyone informed about the process. If you would like to get involved in the drafting of GPNP and have an interest in communications, the Communications Group is led by Richard Clarke and you can make contact via the contact page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.