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Langley Burrell Residents’ Association


LBRA was formed in response to planning proposals encroaching on the village. It was recognised that there was a general unease from residents, with further large scale development which would ultimately mean that Langley Burrell would lose its rural individual feel. A constructive and united approach was needed to curtail random, opportunistic development and so LBRA was formed. LBRA’s current focus is on writing the Neighbourhood Plan, to help to form a constructive, cohesive approach to development in the Parish.


Langley Burrell Residents’ Association News


LBRA Progress Report– Launch to November 2014


From the launch to November 2014 the Association achieved a number of milestones and actions for Residents

• 9 committee meetings – new Chairman & Secretary
• LBRA membership opened
• Langley Burrell village website adopted and revitalised
• Agreement by LB Parish Council for LBRA to act as Local Neighbourhood Plan steering group
• Appointment of a Liaison Officer by Wiltshire CC
• Traffic consultants engaged to produce an assessment of traffic flows around the village
• Planning Adviser engaged to support our investigations of planning applications within the parish
• Liaison with neighbouring NLP producing parishes
• Proposed NLP designated area identified
• Ad hoc meetings/engagement with

– Spatial planning team
– Archaeology
– LB Parish Council
– Professional ecologist
– Local press
– Wiltshire Wildlife Trust
– Kilvert Society
– Friends of Alfred Williams
– Local community
– Residents
– Businesses
– Interest groups

• Bank account set up
• Funding event organised and donations being sought and collected



• Give your views on the local issues to LBRA
• Get involved
• Join LBRA
• Come along to LBRA meetings
• Let your views be heard
• We would especially welcome input from anyone with ‘expertise’ on any of the areas covered by the LNP
• LBRA is looking for information to support any aspects of the Neighbourhood Plan – especially photos of the parish; vistas/rural scenes; evidence of flooding/water damage; historical information about Langley Burrell.
• Help with fund raising – donations welcome!!
• Make sure you are registered to vote in the Parish