Rearsby Neighbourhood Plan

This  page  contains  the  details  and  information  about  the  Rearsby  Neighbourhood  Plan.  It  is  the  Village  community’s  plan  and  will  affect  planning and  development  in  the  village

The parish Council is delighted to confirm that the Rearsby Neighbourhood Referendum was formerly approved by Charnwood Borough Council at their Cabinet meeting on the 9th December 2021!

The Parish Council would like to express it’s sincere thanks to all those who have contributed to making this possible.

REMINDER!! Referendum date is October 28th 2021 at the Rearsby Village Hall 7:00am to 10:00pm

Rearsby Neighbourhood Plan update March 2021 ~ Consultation

Charnwood Borough Council is consulting on the Rearsby Neighbourhood Plan, on behalf of Rearsby Parish Council. The Plan sets out the local community’s vision, objectives and planning policies to guide the development of Rearsby up to 2036. This consultation is the final opportunity for interested parties to submit comments on the Neighbourhood Plan. Comments will be forwarded to an Independent Examiner for their consideration.You can view the consultation documents and respond online: For more information contact Charnwood Borough Council: E-mail: Telephone: 01509 63492

Rearsby Neighbourhood Plan 2021

The Parish Council has now formally issued the Submission version of their reviewed Neighbourhood Plan and supporting documents to Charnwood Borough Council in accordance with Regulation 15 of the Neighbourhood Planning (General) Regulations 2012. Charnwood Borough Council is now consulting interested parties on this submission, in accordance with Regulation 16 of the same regulations for a six-week period.

If you have any questions on any of the below, please get in touch with the Rearsby Parish Council Clerk at

The plan documents are shown below

The Neighbourhood Plan – contains description of the village, policies and our vision and proposed actions for the village.

Set of Maps showing specific points relating to the NP document

The Consultation statement – contains details of work done by the group to gather ideas from the residents and other interested parties.

The Basic Conditions Statement – looks at how the new document fits with existing planning documents at the Borough and national level and how it complies with legal requirements.

Reg 14 Consultation comments and our responses – this contains responses from residents the various councils and other statutory consultees and other interested parties

Green Spaces and Open Spaces table showing evidence for the designation awarded in the NP document

Area of Local separation supporting evidence document.

Midlands Rural Housing Needs Survey 2018