Kemble & Ewan

Comment now on Kemble and Ewen Neighbourhood Plan

Kemble and Ewen Parish Council has submitted a Neighbourhood Development Plan to Cotswold District Council that covers all of Kemble and Ewen Parish. We want to capture the public’s view and are asking residents to feed into our consultation.

The Kemble and Ewen Neighbourhood plan has now been published and anyone wishing to comment must do so by 5pm on Monday 10 August 2020.

Subsequently, the plan will be examined independently to make sure it meets the conditions laid out in the Localism Act and other relevant regulations.

View the plan at:

As the council offices and other public buildings have restricted access due to Covid-19, if you require a paper copy please email and a copy will be posted at cost.

Cllr Clive Webster, Cabinet member for Planning, Town and Parish Councils said, “The plan sets out a vision for the future of Kemble and Ewen parish and planning policies which will be used to determine planning applications locally. The plan proposes 12 policies to shape new development in the parish and to provide appropriate protection to the landscape, heritage and green spaces.

“I’d like to thank the members of the Kemble and Ewen Neighbourhood Development Plan Group for their work so far, and for their patience as we resolved how to run a public consultation that complied with Covid-19 safety measures.

“We’re now welcoming comments on the plan so please have your say before 5pm on Monday 10 August.”

Public comments will be taken into account by the independent examiner in determining whether the plan meets the legal requirements.

There are a number of ways to make your comments:

  • Complete the form on our website and email it to:
  • Print the form and post it to: Neighbourhood Planning, Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester, GL7 1PX.
  • We will accept other comments in writing (including emails, as long as a name and address is supplied). We cannot accept anonymous comments.

Contact Information

Cotswold District Council Communications Team

Notes to editors

For more general information about Neighbourhood Planning visit: