The Peterborough Site Allocations DPD was adopted on 18 April 2012 and came into effect immediately.
It is a statutory Local Plan which identifies and allocates land for new development including housing, employment, retail and other forms of development. It also protects and safeguards land for future uses. It covers the whole of the administrative area of Peterborough City Council other than the city centre.
The Peterborough Planning Policies DPD was adopted on 5 December 2012 and came into effect immediately.
It is a statutory Local Plan which contains policies that are used to decide whether or not planning permission should be granted for housing, employment, retail and all other forms of development. It covers the whole of the administrative area of Peterborough City Council.
The Peterborough City Centre Plan was adopted on 17 December 2014 and came into effect immediately.
It provides the framework for the revitalisation and expansion of the city centre over the next 15 years and beyond. It sets out a long-term vision for the centre, with objectives to achieve that vision. It identifies opportunities for a range of commercial, residential, social and transport developments, and outline proposals for environmental and physical improvements to the area.
Mineral Safeguarding Areas (Map C)
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Minerals and Waste Site Specific Proposals DPD was adopted on 22 February 2012.
It identifies the site specific allocations and other mapped policy designations which support the strategic and spatial vision set out in the Minerals and Waste Core Strategy DPD.
The Peterborough Policies Map is a statutory document forming part of the Peterborough Planning Policy Framework. It consists of a map of the entire local authority area at a scale of 1:25,000, plus inset maps at larger scales to show smaller areas in more detail. These inset maps show the urban area of the city itself, the city centre and each village.
There's also an online version of the Peterborough Policies Map available which also includes the text of all adopted development lan documents.