Neighbourhood Development Plans - Somerby

The regulation 16 consultation has now closed. The Plan, appendices, supplementary information and representations received can be viewed under the 'Regulation 16' subheading below. 

​Following this consultation process the Plan will be reviewed and submitted to examination. More updates will be provided as it develops. For further information about the Parish, please visit: 


Referendum (N/A)

Latest version: Reg 16

Parish Contact details

The contact for Somerby Parish Council and Neighbourhood planning is:

Parish Clerk: Kathryn Staley

Tel: 01664 454529


Neighbourhood Plan Made (N/A)


Neighbourhood Plan Made

No documents available at the moment as the NDP has not reached this stage yet.


No documents available at the moment as the NDP has not reached this stage yet.


Regulation 16


Supporting Documents

1. General Conformity and Strategic Policies (NPPG 2018)

2. National Character Area 93 (Natural England)

3. Housing Needs of Somerby (Midlands Rural Housing 2016)

4. Leicestershire Rural Economy Evidence Base (Rose Regeneration 2014)

5. East Leicestershire Rural Workspace Demand Study (S4W Ltd 2014)

6. Summary of Environmental Protections (Somerby NP)

7. Tree Preservation Orders

8. Agricultural Land Classification

Maps and Figures

Figure 3.1 Burrough Limits to Development

Figure 3.2 Leesthorpe Limits to Development

Figure 3.3 Pickwell Limits to Development

Figure 3.4 Somerby Limits to Development

Figure 4 Topography

Figure 5 Geology

Figure 7.1 Somerby Local Green Spaces

Figure 7.2 Burrough Local Green Spaces

Figure 8 Sites and Features of Environmental Significance

Figure 9.1 Somerby Important Open Spaces

Figure 9.2 Somerby Form and Character

Figure 9.3 Pickwell Important Open Spaces

Figure 9.4 Pickwell Form and Character

Figure 9.5 Burrough Important Open Spaces

Figure 9.6 Burrough Form and Character

Figure 10.1 Burrough non-designated heritage assets

Figure 10.2 Pickwell non-designated heritage assets

Figure 10.3 Somerby non-designated heritage assets

Figure 10.4 Burrough Hall non-designated Heritage Assets

Figure 10.5 Leesthorpe non-designated Heritage Assets

Figure 11.1 Ridge and Furrow 'Turning the Plough' 1999

Figure 11.2 Ridge and Furrow mapped for this plan 2018

Figure 12 Area of Separation

Figure 13 Settlement Character Areas

Figure 14 Landscape Character Areas (National and Melton Borough Council)

Figure 15 Landscape Character Areas (Neighbourhood Plan)

Figure 16 Important Views

Figure 17 Biodiversity Sites and Wildlife Corridors

Figure 18 Existing Public Rights of Way

Figure 18a Definitive Map of Public Rights of Way 2019

Figure 20 Flood risk from rivers and surface water

Regulation 14