Following the 2011 Localism Act, community residents were given increased powers to develop plans for the infrastructure, housing and other provisions in their own areas.

Radcliffe on Trent Parish Council heads up neighbourhood planning here, with input from stakeholders that include locals, Rushcliffe Borough Council and Nottinghamshire County Council.

The current Neighbourhood Plan covers the vision for the village from its initial publication in 2014 (revised in 2017) up to 2028. It will be updated by 2025.

Included in the plans are:

  • Minimum of 400 new homes to be built on greenfield land around the village
  • Improving pedestrian and cycling routes
  • Protection and enhancement of countryside surrounding the village
  • Improvement of bus and rail provision
  • New sports and recreational facilities

Read the full Radcliffe on Trent Neighbourhood Plan, 2014-2028 as outlined by the Parish Council here.

Radcliffe on Trent also has a 4-year plan of more community-based initiatives planned for the village. Published in November 2020, it outlines further plans for the local area. This includes plans such as:

  • Working social organisations to reach vulnerable people
  • Increased investment in Grange Hall facilities
  • Signposting for village amenities
  • Encouraging collaboration between local businesses

Find the full Radcliffe on Trent 4 year plan here.