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Broadsands, Churston and Galmpton Neighbourhood Forum

Application for a new Neighbourhood Area and Forum

On 4 November 2021, Council approved the Broadsands, Churston and Galmpton (BCG) neighbourhood area and Forum. It comprises the parts of the former Brixham Peninsula neighbourhood plan area. These are areas that are not part of the “parished” town of Brixham. There was also a minor adjustment to the northern boundary. This is to reflect Ward Boundary adjustments. 

The Brixham Peninsula Neighbourhood Plan (BPNP) is still the adopted Neighbourhood Plan for the Area

Neighbourhood Proportion of CIL

The Broadsands, Churston and Galmpton Neighbourhood proportion of Torbay Council’s Community Infrastructure Levy Fund (CIL) is available to support suitable community projects.  Application forms to apply for these funds can be downloaded from the documents list below. As the BCG Neighbourhood Forum are not currently active, completed forms should be sent directly to Torbay Council Governance Support via  Please note any projects within the Brixham Parish Boundary should be directed to Brixham Town Council:

Further information is available from the Council’s Cabinet Report  and subsequent Decision (November 2022) which set out the process and include project bids totalling £44,241.85, which have already been approved. Subsequent Community Infrastructure applications for BCG (BPNP) Neighbourhood Plan Area have been determined by the CIL Spend Panel and the Decisions are set out below:

Community Infrastructure Levy Funds - Application from Brixham Archers CICref: 5393: £75,000 declined.  

Details of the Forum and area application are available to download.

The website of the new Forum and Neighbourhood Plan area is, although this website is not currently being updated. Please note that this is an independent website and we are not responsible for its contents.

More information about Neighbourhood Planning in Torbay and the existing Neighbourhood Plans

A designation is assigned to a specific neighbourhood area. No other organisation or body can be designated for that area until the current designation ends or is cancelled.