Tiptree Neighbourhood Plan

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(3) Non-Policy Actions

This section identifies the actions which cannot be resolved by Neighbourhood Plan policies. These concern a range of matters raised by the community which are important. Tiptree Parish Council will seek to work with partners and lead agencies to address these issues.

Table 11.1: Non-land use issues to be addressed

Issue

Possible actions

Homes and Housing

Tiptree Parish Council to work with Colchester Borough Council and relevant housing associations to secure Affordable Housing provision for people with a local

connection to Tiptree.

Countryside and green spaces

Provision of woodland footpaths at Warrior's Rest

Grove Lake, dredging and landscaping

To negotiate public Access to Local Wildlife Sites wherever possible and desirable

To establish a country park in the Tiptree area

Traffic and Transport

Seek to influence the upgrading of the A12 to improve links to the A12 from Tiptree.

Seek to improve public/community transport links to Witham and Kelvedon Railway stations. (The last bus returning to Tiptree departs Witham station at 19:05).

Seek to improve public transport links to Colchester in the evenings (CBC LP para

14.216 states that the regular bus route serving Colchester is one of the factors that contribute to Tiptree being considered a sustainable settlement suitable for growth).

Community Infrastructure

Explore potential for community use of grass pitches at CUFC Training Ground.

To work with the relevant bodies towards improved medical and dental facilities within the village.

Grove Lake

A Bee Orchid growing in Tiptree Parish

TIPTREE PARISH COUNCIL

Mynott Court, Church Road, Tiptree, Essex CO5 0UP

www.tiptreeparishcouncil.gov.uk/neighbourhoodplan

e-mail: NP@tiptreeparishcouncil.gov.uk

Telephone: 01621 817030

With assistance from: NAVIGUS PLANNING

www.navigusplanning.co.uk

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