The New Chadderton Partnership Forum and Neighbourhood Plan
A residents group known as “The New Chadderton Partnership” has applied to Oldham Council to designate a neighbourhood area and Forum for Chadderton under sections 61F and 61G of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.
Your comments about The Chadderton Partnership Forum and Chadderton area applications are welcomed.
Places for Everyone Joint Development Plan
A Joint Development Plan covering nine of the Greater Manchester districts sets out an approach to achieving inclusive economic growth, the provision of much-needed homes, and the protection and enhancement of the natural and built environment.
- Places for Everyone Joint Development Plan - Council webpage
Details of our core data protection and commitments are set out in the council's primary privacy notice and service privacy notice for Strategic Planning and Information are both available on the council's data protection web pages.
- Oldham Council data protection information
- Strategic Planning and Information privacy notice
- Local Plan mailing list - Data Protection form
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The Local Plan helps to guide and manage future growth and development so we can meet the needs of the borough and its population. It contains planning policies that will be used as the basis for determining planning applications and identifies sites where developments should be built, as well as areas for protection. If you would like to be kept informed, please join the Local Plan mailing list hosted by Objective consultation portal.
- Oldham Council is fully committed to compliance with the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998.
- Comments cannot be treated as confidential.
- Personal information provided as part of a representation cannot be treated as confidential as the Council is obliged to make all representations available for public inspection. If you choose to make a representation you will be regarded by the Council as having consented to that representation being made available for public inspection. All comments received will also be made available via the internet, along with the name of the person who submitted them. Your address will not generally be available via the internet if you submit your comments electronically through our Objective consultation portal. In addition, you should note that any documents, plans etc, you submit to accompany your comments may also be made available via the internet. If you are using the Objective consultation portal to supply supporting documents, please make sure you do not include email addresses, telephone numbers or signatures on the supporting document. If we receive supporting documents containing email addresses, telephone numbers or signatures, we will endeavour to remove them. If your postal address is shown on any accompanying documents provided, though, then this will also be accessible via the internet.