A Local Plan sets out local planning policies and identifies how land is used, determining what will be built with a local authority area. Adopted local plans provide the framework for an area's development.
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The Inspector has issued a letter (LAPP. INSP 19 15.1.19 Main Modifications Note Jan 2019) following on from the close of the hearing sessions last year. This sets out modifications that in the Inspector's view are required to ensure that the Plan is sound and legally compliant. The Council now has the opportunity to respond to the Inspector on these and once she is satisfied with the Schedule of Proposed Main Modifications, it, the policy map changes and the updated SA/HRA will be subject to a six week period of public consultation. This consultation will not consider other aspects of the Plan or “omission sites”.
At this stage, it is anticipated the public consultation on main modifications will take place in May/June 2019 following purdah (The 6 week period leading up to local elections in May 2019).
Details of Supplementary Planning Documents and Supplementary Planning Guidance.
Latest News and Consultations
Examination of the Local Plan Part 2
As part of the Local Plan Review the Submission Version of the Land and Planning Policies – Local Plan Part 2 (LAPP) and all supporting documents were submitted to the Government for examination on 23 April 2018. Beverley Doward BSc BTP MRTPI has been appointed to conduct the examination. All details related to the examination can be found by clicking here including details of the venue , there is also an examination news feed which provides the latest news on the Examination. The hearing sessions have now finished.
Draft Waterside Supplementary Planning Document
The Council is consulting on a draft Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for the Waterside area of the city. The aim of this document is to help shape the regeneration of the area and will set out the type, form, scale and density of development expected.
The consultation period has been extended until Friday 25th January 2019. The Council will then consider the comments received and these will be taken into account in the final draft of the document. Copies of the comments received will be made available in due course.
Once the guidance is adopted by the Council, the SPD will be a material consideration in how planning applications for development at the Waterside are determined. Full details about the document can be viewed on the Waterside Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) page or online consultation comments can be made using the Draft Waterside Supplementary Planning Document consultation page.
Revised National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF)
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