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1.6 The same applies to

1.6 The same applies to neighbourhood plans. Where a parish or other designated community wishes to prepare a neighbourhood plan for their area, it must be in general conformity with strategic policies in the development plan documents. Whilst neighbourhood plans can promote more development than is set out in the JCS or district plans, they cannot be used to stop new development proposed in other development plan documents (DPDs). 1.7 1.8 Saved policies in the City and Borough Plans that remain as part of the development plan beyond the adoption of the JCS are provided at Appendix 1. In time these will be replaced by policies in the new District plans. More information on the documents that each of the local authorities is preparing is available on the websites of Gloucester City, Cheltenham Borough and Tewkesbury Borough councils. The JCS authorities will work with town and parish councils and community groups to provide advice in producing neighbourhood plans. 1.9 In accordance with the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) England Regulations 2012, the following maps included in this document illustrate geographically the application of policies. Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury Joint Core Strategy 2011-2031 Adopted December 2017 6

PART 2 - Vision & Objectives 2.1 2.2 2.3 Having considered the key challenges for the JCS area, established through earlier consultations, a vision has developed which sets out what type of place the JCS area will be by 2031 (the end date of the JCS). The starting point for the JCS vision was the three Sustainable Community Strategy visions already identified through community consultation. The Gloucester City Vision 2012-2022 Gloucester will be a flourishing, modern and ambitious City, which all residents can enjoy. We will work to encourage sustainable economic growth for the City’s expanding population by driving forward its regeneration programme. This will strengthen the City, particularly its centre and make the most of our infrastructure. Cheltenham Sustainable Community Strategy Vision 2008-2028 We want Cheltenham to deliver a sustainable quality of life, where people, families, their communities and businesses thrive, and in a way which cherishes our cultural and natural heritage, reduces our impact on climate change and does not compromise the quality of life of present and future generations. 2.4 2.5 Tewkesbury Sustainable Community Strategy Vision 2008-2028 A borough of healthy, strong, thriving and sustainable communities, both rural and urban, where people want to live, work and visit. The JCS vision has been further refined through engagement and discussion with stakeholders, the JCS Sustainability Appraisal and the JCS evidence base, including extensive public consultation. Whilst being aspirational, the vision for the JCS area is deliverable and seeks to bring forward change in a manner that reflects what is important to Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury and their communities. Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury Joint Core Strategy 2011-2031 Adopted December 2017 7

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