Church Broughton Community Plan

The Church Broughton Community Plan was published in April 2017.

Click here to view the Community Plan

The Plan sets out a vision of how our community wants to develop and identifies the actions needed to achieve it. The Plan was produced by members of our community, for our community. A community plan does not have legal weight, and doesn’t cover planning policy, but it will be used as an action plan, a way of getting organised, raising money and implementing projects that will benefit the community. The Plan was developed following consultation with the community through public meetings and a questionnaire that was available to all local residents.

Click here to view the summary of the responses to the 2016 Community Plan Questionnaire.

Working Groups were set up to review and investigate the 9 key topics covering the issues and suggestions raised by members of the Community. The Action Plans setting out what the groups planned to do and the results of their actions to date are listed under the links below for each Working Group:

No Working Group was set up for the “Other” issues (looking at joint purchasing of heating oil and firewood, a community energy project and a home delivery drop -off point). If you are interested in volunteering to investigate any of these issues, please contact a member of the Planning Group.

If you are interested in joining the Planning Group or any of the Working Groups, please contact any of the following Planning Group members for more information.

Chairman: John Weil (585342)
Secretary: Julia Williams (585477)
Treasurer: Ed Crisp
Publicity Co-ordinators: Yvette Lydon (585481), Paul Vernon (585026)
Volunteer Co-ordinators: Nick Broad (585758), Jannine Clarke (585345), Rod Bailes-Brown (585628)
Parish Council Contact: Andy Tylee
Church Broughton C of E Primary School Liaison: Helena Steeples
South Derbyshire District Council Contact: Ian Hey
Rural Action Derbyshire Adviser: Helena Stubbs