Neighbourhood Plan Update consultation November 2018

Neighbourhood Plan Update: Bradford Council’s consultation on the Addingham NDP runs from 14 November to 9 January 2019

The new draft of the Neighbourhood Plan (the Regulation 16 Draft) which the Parish Council submitted to Bradford Council in October is now out for public consultation.

Having reached this stage in the process, the consultation is run by Bradford Council.

All interested parties are invited to make comments objecting to or supporting the proposed plan.

The plan and supporting documents are on Bradford Council’s website, together with an electronic comment form:

All comments must be received by 12 noon on Wed 9 January. They can be sent by email: or by post to the Local Plan Team, 4th Floor Britannia House, BRADFORD, BD1 1HX.

The documents are also available on the  Neighbourhood Plan page of the Parish Council’s website:

You can also find the key documents below:

Click here to see the Regulation 16 Draft Plan:

Click here to see the Consultation Statement (which includes comments made to the Parish Council on the earlier Reg 14 draft of the plan and how they have been addressed in the new draft):

Neighbourhood Plan – Landscape Character Assessment

The importance and quality of Addingham’s landscape and setting is reflected in the Plan’s Vision Statement and is recognised as a critical element of the Plan and of the future of the settlement. To strengthen the evidence base of the Neighbourhood Plan the Parish Council commissioned professional landscape architecture practice to carry out a study. You can read the final report here: Landscape Character Assessment

Click here to download the comment form:  (word doc)  Addingham-NDP_Reg-16-Comment-Form-FINAL (1)

Paper copies of the Plan are also available to view at Ilkley Library, and at various locations in Addingham:

  • Memorial Hall
  • Community Library
  • Medical Centre
  • Rowlands Pharmacy (by the Medical Centre)
  • Telephone kiosk on Church St.
  • Co-op
  • Post Office
Addingham Civic Society