Supplementary planning guidance
Local development plan
Planning guidance is now split into supplementary guidance which is statutory and forms part of the Local Development Plan and non-statutory planning guidance. The Local Development Plan is supplemented by a suite of supplementary guidance and non-statutory planning guidance including the Placemaking Maps and Action Programmes, which can be viewed in the table below.
Supplementary guidance (statutory)
Placemaking is a process which allows local communities to shape the future of their built and natural environment. Part of the Placemaking process involves community engagement, workshops and public consultations to co-produce placemaking maps and actions
The following maps and action programmes identify, in spatial terms, the priorities of people engaged in the development of Community Led Action Plans for each community. Following further work to identify the exact location and nature of the improvements, the attached maps and actions have been agreed with the local steering group as representing community priorities prior to formal consultation. The Placemaking Maps and Action Programme have been adopted as statutory Supplementary Guidance and can be viewed from the list below.
Planning guidance (non-statutory)
Planning and Building Standards
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