Parish Council Planning & Maps
Public rights of way maps can be found at
The maps that relate to WSL are maps 7,8,9 and 14.
Public Rights of way - Milestones Report 2016 - 17 here.
Waltham St Lawrence paths and circular walk
Gritting - roads and RBWM's policy can be found via the following link http://www3.rbwm.gov.uk/info/
Wildlife sites in WSL - click here
The Regulation 18 2013 - 32 Draft Borough Plan Dec 2016 can be found here.
Draft Local Plan Submission version December 2016 link is here
The National Planning Policy Framework 2018 can be found here
Parish Boundary Map click here.
Flood Zones go to http://maps.environment-agency.gov.uk/wiyby/wiybyController?value=waltham+st+lawrence&submit.x=0&submit.y=0&lang=_e&ep=map&topic=floodmap&layerGroups=default&scale=9&textonly=off#x=482442&y=176336&lg=1,2,10,&scale=9
Neighbourhood Plan (NP)
Following the Inspector’s decision that the WSL specific policy was too restrictive, the PC were advised that protection would be offered under the new Local Plan.
The PC was advised to ask RBWM for a full appraisal of the conservation area
Most recent version of the NP is at http://rbwm.moderngov.co.uk/documents/s14767/Hurley%20and%20the%20Walthams%20NP.pdf
RBWM Planning enforcement
A complaint can be logged online at https://www3.rbwm.gov.uk/info/200121/planning/1225/make_a_planning_enforcement_complaint
When the Enforcement team initially receive a complaint, an acknowledgement letter is sent confirming that the enquiry has been received. If the officers decide that a complaint is urgent, an officer will normally visit the site involved on the same day.
An urgent complaint can involve work to trees in conservation areas and trees that are protected by tree preservation orders, work to listed buildings, demolition of buildings and walls in conservation areas, and other work that could have a lasting and harmful effect on the environment. If the complaint is not considered to be urgent, an officer will normally visit the site within five working days of receiving the complaint.
Once an officer has visited the site and collected any relevant information, including the planning records for the site, officers will then have to decide what further action (if any) needs to be taken. If a breach of planning regulations has taken place the Council may issue an Enforcement Notice explaining the nature of the breach and indicating what steps should be taken to rectify it. If the works are in progress and may cause environmental damage a Stop Notice may be issued requiring all works to be halted.
For further information, please contact RBWM by:
Telephone: 01628 683810