This is a repository of documents and links that will be useful in helping form objections to any planning applications / changes to the Joint Core Strategy that might be made in the future.


Stop This Gladman Development Action Group:
30th November 2018: Tewkesbury Borough Plan – Preferred Options Consultation
22nd December 2018: JCS Response (Guidance for the 15 questions) – PDF
22nd December 2018: JCS Response (Guidance for the 15 questions) – MS Word


Website Links:
Joint Core Strategy
JCS Review – October 2018
Tewkesbury Borough Council – Local Plan
Tewkesbury Borough Council – Planning
Tewkesbury Borough Plan – Preferred Options Consultation (October 2018)
Tewkesbury Borough Council – Planning Policy Evidence Base
Neighbourhood Planning
Environment Agency – Surface Water Flooding
DEFRA Interactive Natural Environment Map
Planning Aid – Free, independent, professional advice on planning issues


Gladman Draft Proposal: A Garden Village for Tewkesbury
Southwick Farm – Bruton Knowles
JCS Plan Adopted Version 11 December 2017
JCS Review – October 2018
JCS Issues and Options Consultation Document
Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government – Garden Communities
National Planning Policy Framework
Tewkesbury Area Draft Concept Masterplan
Tewkesbury Borough Plan: 2011-2031
Tewkesbury Borough Plan: Approach to rural sites
Preferred Options Tewkesbury Borough Plan – Housing Background Paper (Sept 2018)
Understanding Garden Villages – An Introductory Guide
NLP – How Quickly do Large-Scale Housing Sites Deliver?
Parish Council – Notes from meeting with Gladman
16/00486/OUT – Land South of Oakridge, Highnam – Refused


Gladman and Canterbury City Council – Court of Appeal Decision
High court proves shortfall on five year housing land supply
Plans for 850 homes on the edge of Tewkesbury refused
This is where a brand new town could be built in Gloucestershire
Bewdley says NO to Gladman
The modern-day barons: inside the murky underbelly of land promotion
Developers ruining our countryside: They bankroll farmers seeking permission to build on their fields