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If you are a member of a community group working on or refreshing your Community Led Plan please complete the registration form on this page to set up your access to this useful tool.

The Rural Community Action Network has a long history of working with individual communities to deliver community led planning and brokering the required relationship with local government officers and the setting of priorities within the work of Local Strategic Partnerships. Over 4,000 rural communities have so far created their own action plans as a result of the community led parish plan process. Many local authorities are now using the resulting action plans as the building blocks on which to base their statutory plans. If you work for a local authority and want to use this site please contact your local Rural Community Council.

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