Neighbourhood Planning Referendum
A Neighbourhood Plan is a document that contains policies for the use of land in a designated Neighbourhood area. Once a Plan has been drafted, people in the relevant area are asked to decide whether or not they would like South Northamptonshire Council to adopt the Plan. This is done through a Neighbourhood Plan Referendum.
The Roade Neighbourhood Plan has been prepared, and electors in Roade voted on Thursday 20 June for whether or not they wanted the plan to be adopted.
The results of the Referendum are now available.
More information about the Roade Neighbourhood Plan can be found on the Planning Policy pages.
The Notice of Poll and Situation of Polling Stations has now been published
The Notice of Referendum has now been published
You do not need to take your polling card with you to vote in this Referendum. Electors eligible to vote will be on the register that staff at the polling station have, and just need to give their name and address to be able to vote.
The polling station for this Referendum was Roade Village Hall, Bailey Brook Lane, Roade. Hours of poll were 7am until 10pm.