Solihull Council officers are holding two webinars to help residents and businesses make final representations about Solihull’s Draft Submission Plan. Representations can be submitted up to Monday 14 December 2020, before the Plan is submitted for independent examination. Solihull’s Local Plan will guide the development of the borough for the next decade and beyond. It is the basis for future planning decisions as it creates a ‘blueprint’ for when and where major developments should and shouldn’t take place.
The grounds for making representations can only relate to the soundness and legal compliance of this Draft Submission Plan. Councillor Andy Mackiewicz, Cabinet Member for Climate Change, Planning and Housing explains what the plan means for Solihull in a short video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLKRKPTgzOI&feature=youtu.be
Those wanting to make representations need to visit the Local Plan Review page of the Council website as at this stage there is a formal method of submitting a representation. A short video explains how to make a representation here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q96ntQn3EYo&feature=youtu.be
To offer interested parties an opportunity to discuss the Plan with Council officers, two webinars have been organised
• Thursday 12 November at 10am
• Monday 16 November at 5.30pm
To take part, you need to go to the Council’s YouTube page (link below) where these webinars will be streamed https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7DDSVoAIgTnwgp0Ku8iFLQ
If you would like to forward a question for the team to answer as part of the webinar, you can do so in advance to email@example.com, please include ‘Question for Webinar’ in the subject line of your email.
The representation period will close on Monday 14 December. Read more here https://www.solihull.gov.uk/news/ArtMID/820/ArticleID/3089/Solihull%e2%80%99s-Draft-Submission-Plan-published
For more information about Solihull’s Local Plan review, visit www.solihull.gov.uk/lpr