Aylesbury Vale District Council has made the Winslow neighourhood development plan part of their development plan following a successful referendum.
In the referendum on whether or not to adopt the Winslow neighbourhood development plan 98% of votes were in favour of adopting the plan. There had been a voter turnout of 59.5%.
The application from Winslow Town Council to be the designated body to produce the neighbourhood development plan was approved by Aylesbury Vale District Council on 25 February 2013. The application had been submitted on 5 December 2012.
The pre-submission draft neighbourhood development plan was published for consultation in August 2013. The representations recieved were then considered and a draft plan was submitted to Aylesbury Vale District Council, who held a further consultation between 4 December 2013 and 22 January 2014. A public hearing session was then held on 1 May 2014.
The Inspector's report on the Winslow neighbourhood development plan had found that, with recommended modifications, the plan should proceed to a referendum. Following the Inspector's recommendation to approve the plan, Aylesbury Vale District Council then made the decision to hold a referendum on 11 June 2014.