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Cookham Neighbourhood Plan
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An opportunity to save habitats and help wildlife

Climate change is a reality for all of us and in Cookham we are not immune from the changes to the environment. We are experiencing the effects of the decline in species driven by the loss of local habitats. Degrading landscapes and loss of biodiversity not only negatively affects wildlife but also human health and wellbeing.  

 

The Cookham Neighbourhood Plan (CNP) offers everyone in the parish the chance to have a say in how they want their villages to develop.  ogether with other community groups, WildCookham is part of the Cookham Neighbourhood Working Party along with Parish Councillors. We take guidance from the declared Climate Emergency by the RBWM and hope to define guiding policies that would benefit Wildlife in Cookham for years to come. But to succeed we need your help.

 

The current draft of the Plan is being finalised before being sent for validation by the Royal Borough.  A final version will then be presented to the local community in a referendum.  It will be approved if more than 50% of those voting give their approval.  We encourage all local residents to participate in the Referendum, which is currently likely to be late 2024/early 2025, and to continue to support the environment in Cookham!

Go here to the Cookham Parish Website for any other updates on the Neighbourhood Plan.

 

WildCookham contact: Lars Ahlgren larsahlgren@wildcookham.org.uk

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