Broxted & Cherry Green Neighbourhood Plan

The parish of Broxted has been designated as a Neighbourhood Plan Development Area.

The Broxted & Cherry Green Neighbourhood Plan is being compiled by local residents and the Parish Council. It establishes a vision for the evolution and long-term sustainability of Broxted. The plan sets out a vision for the future of the parish and planning policies which will be used to determine planning applications locally.

The Parish of Broxted is a rural community in gently wooded countryside but close to Stansted Airport. As well as Broxted village, the parish includes the hamlets of Cherry (or Chaureth) Green, Chapel End, Sucksted Green and Brick End. There are 46 listed buildings or groups of listed buildings, including the Grade II* church of St Mary the Virgin which notably features the 'The Hostage Windows' commemorating the captivity and freedom of of John McCarthy, whose family once lived in the parish.
 

Designated neighbourhood plan area

Broxted & Cherry Green Neighbourhood Development Plan area (PDF) [2MB]

The Parish of Broxted was designated as the Broxted & Cherry Green Neighbourhood Plan Development Area by an executive decision of Uttlesford District Council on 4 January 2022.
 

Broxted & Cherry Green Neighbourhood Plan documents

Broxted application for the designation of a Neighbourhood Area [601.32KB]

 


Additional information

Broxted Parish Council

GOV.UK - An introduction to neighbourhood planning