Rottingdean Neighbourhood Plan - Submission Consultation (Regulation 16)

Closed 16 Mar 2023

Opened 2 Feb 2023


Rottingdean Parish Council has prepared a Neighbourhood Plan. The plan sets out a vision for the future of the Rottingdean Parish Neighbourhood Area and includes planning policies which will be used to help determine planning applications locally.

The Parish undertook their initial Regulation 14 consultation on their draft plan between February and April 2021.

In accordance with Regulation 16 of the Neighbourhood Planning Regulations 2012 (as amended), the Neighbourhood Plan and associated documents will go out to consultation from: Thursday 2 February to 11:59pm on Thursday 16 March 2023 for 6 weeks.

We invite representations on the draft submission plan and supporting documents.

Copies of the Neighbourhood Plan and supporting documents are available to view below.

A copy of the Neighbourhood Plan will be made available in the following locations

All comments must be received by 11:59pm on Thursday 16 March 2023

Please complete Part A (this is required for your representations to be considered).

Please fill in Part B) as required for each representation. Please note that each submission is limited to 10 representations. 

Use the 'Upload Supporting Information' section to upload one document to support your submission online (if you have an supplementary information you wish to share). If you have more than one document to upload then please email these to along with your respondent ID that is issued at the end of the submission.

Related documents

The files on this page may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. Please send an email to if you would like to request a document in an accessible format.

All documents and appendices are listed below under 'related documents'


What happens next

When the current consultation is completed, the council will submit the draft plan and all consultation responses received to the examiner who will consider if the plan meets all the necessary statutory requirements. Based on the examiner’s report, the council will then decide whether to put the neighbourhood plan to a local referendum. If approved at referendum, the neighbourhood plan will be formally ‘made’ and the policies used to help decide the outcome of planning applications in the area.