Parish plan

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Parish plans are a form of community-led plan.

Parish plans determine the future of communities and how they can change for the better. They are documents that set out a vision for the future of a parish and outlines how that can be achieved in an action plan.

The parish plan process may include:

  • a village appraisal – a household questionnaire to assess needs and aspirations of local people
  • participatory appraisals – hands-on interactive workshops
  • business surveys
  • the creation of an action plan

Members of the rural community action network support groups in local communities to create Parish Plans.

Another community led plan is a village design statement

See also[edit]

Rural community council

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