Other community led plans
Community-led plans (other than formal neighbourhood plans) are a means for a community to seek to positively plan for the future of their village, parish or neighbourhood. They're often used to identify the wider priorities, objectives and aspirations of a community, and the end result is usually an action plan setting out an approach for making improvements to the local area.
They don't form part of the Development Plan, but they contain policies and proposals that are relevant to the decision making process for planning applications. They can represent a material consideration, given that they're prepared by the local community and are informed by community consultation.
Examples of completed community led plans (excluding formal neighbourhood plans) within Shropshire have been grouped by place plan area, and can be accessed using the links below.