New Local Plan: Development Management Policies
We have produced the new Local Plan: Development Management Policies (LPDMP). The LPDMP is part 2 of the Local Plan and will be used with the Local Plan: Strategy and Sites (2015-2034) adopted in April 2019. The LPDMP has detailed policies that will help to decide whether to approve planning applications. It will replace the remaining policies of the Local Plan 2003. The Local Plan part 2 is currently being examined. Please visit the Local Plan part 2 examination page for more information.
Regulation 18 Local Plan: Development Management Policies - Issues and preferred options
On 26th May 2020, the council approved our LPDMP Issues and Preferred Options document (Regulation 18) for public consultation. The public had seven weeks to comment. Visit the consultation web page to read the Issues and Preferred Options document and the comments.
Regulation 19 Proposed Submission Local Plan: Development Management Policies Consultation (LPDMP)
The LPDMP is the version of the plan that we intend to submit to the Secretary of State for approval. The consultation on the LPDMP runs from midday Friday 7 January 2022 to midday Friday 18 February 2022. To see the LPDMP, find out more about the consultation and to have your say, please visit the consultation web page.
The LPDMP will be examined by a planning inspector who will decide whether it should be amended and whether it should come into force. The inspector will look at the comments we receive during this consultation and last year's consultation.
Each version of the LPDMP must be supported by a Sustainability Appraisal (SA) and a Habitat Regulations Assessment (HRA). You can see the SA and HRA for the LPDMP Issues and Preferred Options and the LPDMP here:
Draft Parking Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)
Policy ID11: Parking Standards of the Proposed Submission LPDMP refers to a draft Parking SPD. This is available for consultation from midday 21 January 2022 until midday 18 February 2022. To see the SPD, find out more about the consultation and to have your say, please visit the consultation web page.