Tintagel Parish Neighbourhood Development Plan
A Guide
our parish - our future

Project Team


The Steering Group

The Steering Group is responsible for drafting the Tintagel Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP), a Community-led initiative bringing together local people from all walks of life.

In order to balance the various interests in the community, the Steering Group includes two nominated Parish Councillors and a number of volunteers, with a maximum total of 10.

The Steering Group is headed by the Chairman, with a Project Manager, Secretary, and ordinary Members, together with the nominated Parish Councillors. Tintagel Parish Council are the ‘qualifying body’ responsible for the plan. Anyone on the Electoral Roll in the parish can join the Steering Group.

The Steering Group aims to deliver an achievable draft Plan that meets the needs of the community for sustainable development. You can view the Steering Group’s Terms of Reference here.

NDP Steering Group

The job of the Steering Group is to oversee and deliver the Plan, while ensuring that the wishes of the community are met. The Steering Group will meet every month until the Plan is approved by referendum. You can view the Steering Group’s Terms of Reference here.

If you wish to join the Steering Group. or volunteer your services, please contact the Steering Group at info@tintagelndp.org

NDP Working Groups

The Working Groups are local people with a particular knowledge of issues likely to be covered in the NDP. Their role is to gather information and suggest ideas to the rest of the Project Team, as well as leading community consultations and informing the draft NDP; each Working Group must consult with the community on specific issues using surveys and deliver their findings to the Steering Group.

The Working Groups will be set up “as and when” required at different stages of the process.

The main subject tasks for the working Groups are likely to fall under the following headings:

  • Social & Community – housing needs, local facilities including schools, current and potential sites for residential development, and community assets.
  • Environment – the natural, built and historic environment, heritage assets, and conservation areas
  • Economy & Infrastructure – business and employment, transport links, public access and rights of way, utilities provision and climate change challenges.