Also in this section
- Evidence Base
- 2011 Evidence Documents
- 2012 Evidence Documents
- 2013 Evidence Documents
- 2014 Evidence Documents
- Convenience Goods Retail Study
- CSW Employment Land Study
- Development Viability Assessment Model
- Ecological and Geological Study - Main Centres
- Future Growth of Redditch
- Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Assessment
- Historic Environment Assessment
- Joint Housing Assessment
- Renewable Energy Assessment
- SHLAA 2009
- Strategic Flood Risk Assessment
- Strategic Housing Market Assessment
- Water Cycle Study
Water Cycle Study
WCS Update 2012
In 2012 URS produced an update report to the 2011 study to assess the impact on Stratford District's water environment and water services infrastructure from a wider dispersal of development to additional settlements identified as Local Service Villages in the Draft Core Strategy 2012.
Water Cycle Study Update URS - September 2012
The assessment process focussed on:
- wastewater infrastructure/treatment
- water quality
- ecological issues
- water supply
- flood risk, and
- surface water drainage
It sought to identify whether there would be any adverse imacts on the District's water environment as a result of the proposals in the Draft Core Strategy 2012.
Warwickshire sub-regional Water Cycle Study
The previous Water Cycle Study was produced by Halcrow Group Limited in 2010 to support the evidence base for the Warwickshire sub-region to ensure that development does not have a detremental impact on the environment and that water services infrastructure is provided in a timely manner.
Building new homes is not simply a matter of constructing the buildings themselves. To operate effectively as a home, and as part of a wider community, each building is also dependant on a range of services, and the infrastructure necessary to provide these. A critical component of this infrastructure is associated with water; the provision of clean water for drinking and washing; the safe disposal of waste water; and protection from flooding.
It includes findings and recommendations for Stratford district.
For further information please contact the Planning Policy team on 01789 260333 or email email@example.com.