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BINFIELD PARISH COUNCIL: On this website you can find information about many aspects of village life, from groups and societies to amenity areas and future events. You can also access information about the role and services provided by the Parish Council along with the details of our Councillors.
NORTHERN ARC ACTION GROUP: based in Binfield, NAAG was set-up in 2010 to challenge Bracknell Forest Councils proposals to concentrate most of the Boroughs new development in Binfield, Warfield and Winkfield. The proposals for Blue Mountain are a major concern of NAAG.
THE UK PLANNING PORTAL: Use this site to learn about the planning system, apply for planning permission, find out about development near you, appeal against a planning decision and research the latest government policy.
BRACKNELL FOREST COUNCIL "Planning" web site. Here you’ll find lots of useful information about many aspects of Planning and Development. Including the Local Development Framework and local planning policies.
UK GOVERNMENT: The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) was created on 5 May 2006 with a powerful remit to promote community cohesion and equality, as well as responsibility for housing, urban regeneration, planning and local government.
THE PLANNING INSPECTORATE: all you need to know about Appeals, Hearings and Public Enquiries. They operate the UK Planning Portal and provide useful information on Local Development Frameworks.
THE BRACKNELL FOREST SOCIETY: is one of 750 Civic Societies in the UK that encourage civic pride. They celebrate and safeguard their communities and environment and give local people a voice. "Safeguarding heritage, environment, community and future development."
WOKINGHAM BOROUGH COUNCIL: Planning Information. Some parts of Binfield, such as the end of Monks Alley, are actually in Wokingham! This website enables you to check on Planning Applications and related matters in Wokingham that may effect you in Binfield.
CAMPAIGN FOR RURAL ENGLAND: this website provides a wealth of information on Countryside, Green Belt, Quiet Lanes and other related topics.