Neighbourhood Plan/WPP Plan
The Town Council produced a Neighbourhood Plan, which sets out the type of future growth the town needs.
It includes policies to support new workspace and jobs, the green spaces that need protecting, a project to improve the town centre environment and many others.
The Plan was 'Made' i.e. became a formal part of our local planning system in 2018, following consultation, a Referendum and an Inspectors Report. It has since been used by Planning Officers to determine Planning Applications.
You can view the Plan using the link below. Or you see how the Plan was produced using the links on the left.
Download the Neighbourhood Plan - Wincanton Neighbourhood Plan (2.8MB, pdf)
WINCANTON PEOPLE'S PLAN
Wincanton received an award in 2005 from the South West of England Regional Development Agency (SWERDA) under the Market and Coastal Towns Initiative (MCTi) to help Wincanton and the outlying villages identify their priorities for the future, and draw up an Action Plan for working towards the objectives identified.
Wincanton People's Plan
|Full Wincanton People's Plan: 2006 - 2026 (2.7MB)||DOWNLOAD|
|WPP Launch PowerPoint Presentation (2.1MB)||DOWNLOAD|
The Wincanton People's Plan is a large document, so it has also been made available divided into the following sections.
|Our Vision - Our Goals||DOWNLOAD|
|Summary of the Wincanton People's Plan||DOWNLOAD|
|Wincanton and community planning||DOWNLOAD|
|Our vision for Wincanton by 2026||DOWNLOAD|
|Achieving our goals: business and economy||DOWNLOAD|
|Achieving our goals: social and community||DOWNLOAD|
|Achieving our goals: transport and environment||DOWNLOAD|
|Bringing it all together: the Plan||DOWNLOAD|
|Annex A: The community research||DOWNLOAD|
WPP Health Check Report 2006
|Full WPP Health Check Report 2006 (0.9MB)||DOWNLOAD|
The Health Check Report is a large document, so it has also been made available divided into the following sections.
|Section 1 (pages 1 to 13)||DOWNLOAD|
|Section 2 - Economy (pages 14 to 52||DOWNLOAD|
|Section 3 - Environment (pages 53 - 63)||DOWNLOAD|
|Section 4 - Social & Community (pages 64 to 94)||DOWNLOAD|
|Section 5 - Transport & Accessibility (pages 95 to 105)||DOWNLOAD|