At its meeting on 19 October 2020, the District Council approved a Site Allocations Plan Preferred Options for the purposes of public consultation.
This replaces the Proposed Submission Site Allocations Plan that was published in Autumn 2019 which is not being progressed.
The consultation period runs from Thursday 29 October until 5.00pm on Friday 18 December 2020.
A Summary Leaflet provides an outline of the purpose and content of the Site Allocations Plan.
A series of settlement maps has been produced to assist interested parties to see all the proposed sites in a particular settlement
A set of videos will be available to view during the consultation period to explain the contents of various aspects of the Plan. These are being released on a rolling programme.
A series of live Question & Answer sessions have been arranged to discuss the contents of the Plan with District planning officers. Follow the link to join an event.
You can comment using an interactive version of the document. In this version of the document there are red-coloured links in various places in the document which will take you to a comment form where you can submit comments on that section. Please note that the links to comment on individual reserve sites are contained in Annex 1 of the document.
You can submit comments using a standard comment form and emailing this to firstname.lastname@example.org. The comment form comes in two formats, a PDF and an RTF file. The latter can be opened in any word-processing software.
Please use either the interactive document or the standard comment form where possible as this will assist the District Council to analyse your comments.
Please note that your response will be published on the District Council's website. However, this will exclude the postal address, telephone number and email address of individual respondents. The details of respondents will only be retained by the District Council for the purposes of consulting on Development Plan and supplementary documents and will not be used for any other purpose. See our Privacy Notice for further information.
See our SHLAA page for more information.