Market Bosworth Parish Council

Serving the people of Far Coton and Market Bosworth

Bosworth in Bloom 2016

Clerk: Cathy Monkman
Parish Council Office, Parish
Hall, Park Street, Market
Bosworth, Nuneaton
Warwickshire CV13 0LL

Market Bosworth Neighbourhood Plan

The Market Bosworth Neighbourhood Plan contains a vision of the future of Market Bosworth, objectives, aspirations and a set of planning policies.

The Market Bosworth Neighbourhood Plan was adopted at referendum in September 2015.

Full details of the Plan, progress to date and an upcoming review can be found on the Parish Council's Bosworth Vision website

The review is being led by a working party of the Parish Council, the Bosworth Vision Planning Group. The Terms of Reference for the group are below, along with the Market Bosworth Neighbourhood Plan as adopted in 2015.

Progress on the modification of the Market Bosworth Neighbourhood Plan

All details of the progress on the modification of the Neighbourhood Plan can be found on the Bosworth Vision Planning Group website.

In February 2023 the Parish Council approved a suite of Supplementary Evidence Base Documents to support the upcoming draft modified Neighbourhood Plan. These are listed below and can be accessed by clicking on the relevant link.

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The Neighbourhood Plan identifies various aspirational projects for the parish: a town centre traffic scheme; construction of a safe footpath to the Water Park; adoption of a Local Heritage Asset List; a review of Tree Preservation Orders; a hedgerow review; creation of improved access to the countryside; and improved mobile phone and broadband reception.

Aspirational projects completed are: works to construct a footway to the Water Park; introduction of new waiting restrictions on Barton Road, Sutton Lane and Station Road outside the Community Library; extension of superfast broadband to many more properties within the parish; and completion of a detailed Tree and Hedgerow Survey.

Meanwhile, the Masterplan for the Neighbourhood Plan allocated site produced by the landowners in conjunction with the Parish Council and Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council went out to public consultation in December 2020 and has been adopted.