Facts & figures
We’ve put together some documents which we hope you’ll find interesting and useful.
- Village Statement from 2005 Parish Plan
- Map of Cannington Cannington Parish Boundary
- Map of Cannington Development boundaryKey for map of Development Boundary
- CNE4 – Green wedge, Green edge or Strategic gap
- RLT1 – Protection of Recreational Open Space
- BE7 – Open Areas Protected from Development – Villages
- The orange and green bounded area at Brook Street is BE7
- Brown boundary shows the Conservation Area.
- The asterisks indicates a site of archaeological significance.
If you want a more detailed key please click here
- Initial QuestionnaireEvery household in the Cannington Parish was asked to complete a questionnaire by the Parish Council. The results of the questionnaire were collated
- Housing Needs Survey 2018
Cannington Parish Council requested that Sedgemoor District Council carry out a Housing Need
Assessment to determine the Housing need in the parish of Cannington. The HNA will provide essential
information to ascertain what, if any, housing need exists in these parishes..
- Business survey
We’re asking local businesses to complete a survey to help us to know their needs in the future
- National Planning Policy Framework
The National Planning Policy Framework was published in 2012 and is a key part of the government’s reforms to make the planning system less complex and more accessible
- Cannington Parish Council
Cannington is a thriving village. Unlike many places it has retained its true community feel.
- Environment Agency (Cannington Brook)
Useful link if you are worried about flooding. The Environment Agency can send you warnings by phone, email or text.
- Do you have a flood plan?
Government website to give you advice about preparing for a flood and getting help during and after
- Sedgemoor District Council Planning
View details of planning applications in the local area
- Glossary of Planning terms
The nature of the planning system can be complex and be a barrier to people becoming involved, particularly the confusing terminology. Hopefully this glossary, taken from Sedgemoor’s Core Strategy will help