What is a Local Plan
A Local Plan sets out local planning policies and identifies how land is used, determining what will be built within a local authority area. Adopted local plans provide the framework for an area's development.
Click the buttons below to find out further details about specific Local Plan and Planning Policy matters for Nottingham City.
In Nottingham the Local Plan comprises the:
- Nottingham City Aligned Core Strategy - ACS (2014) (Part 1 Local Plan)
- Land and Planning Policies Document - LAPP (2020) (Part 2 Local Plan) and Policies Map.
- the jointly prepared Nottinghamshire and Nottingham Waste Core Strategy (2013).
The Aligned Core Strategies - Local Plan Part 1 is at the early stages of review. Please view the Greater Nottingham Planning Partnership website for the latest news on the review.
The Land and Planning Policies Document - Local Plan Part 2 was adopted by the Council on 13th January 2020 (see committee papers) following receipt of the Inspector's report. Archive information about the examination of the LAPP can be found on the Examination Web pages.
Nottinghamshire County Council and Nottingham City Council Waste Local Plan
The two councils are working to prepare a new Waste Local Plan which will replace the previous Adopted Waste Local Plan (2002) and the Waste Core Strategy (2013). Please view the County Council website for the latest news on the review.
Details of the latest news related to the Local Plan and current and past consultations.
To enable us to undertake consultations on the Local Plan and related documents we are setting up a joint consultation database with other Greater Nottingham councils (Broxtowe, Erewash, Gedling and Rushcliffe) to review the Aligned Core Strategy (Part 1 of the Local Plan).
Further information including the necessary details you need to provide are available on the Greater Nottingham Consultation Database page.
Details of Supplementary Planning Documents, Supplementary Planning Guidance, Design Quality Framework, Interim Planning Guidance, Development Briefs, Conservation Area Character Appraisal & Management Plans and Information Planning Guidance.
Section 106 agreements are legal agreements between a Council and developers; these are linked to planning permissions and can also be known as planning obligations.
Details about Nottingham City Council's requirements can be found on the S106 contributions web page. The Council has a S106 Estimator tool to help calculate the likely contributions for certain forms of infrastructure in Nottingham. The S106 costs are reviewed annual (around April each year), further details are set out on the Revised S106 Contributions webpage.
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