Adopted Local Plan: development documents

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Peterborough Local Plan 

The Peterborough Local Plan was adopted on 24 July 2019

It is a statutory Local Plan which sets out the overall approach to development in Peterborough to 2036 and beyond.

Minerals and Waste Core Strategy

The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Minerals and Waste Core Strategy was adopted on 19 July 2011.

It sets out the vision, scale and broad location for future minerals and waste management development to 2026 and beyond.

Mineral Safeguarding Areas (Map C)

Minerals and Waste Site Specific Proposals

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.

Peterborough Policies Map

The Peterborough Policies Map. It consists of a map of the entire local authority area at a scale of 1:42,000, 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 (July 2019). 

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Emerging Minerals and Waste Local Plan

Peterborough City Council and Cambridgeshire County Council have begun to review their joint Minerals and Waste Development Plan. The current Core Strategy Development Plan Document (DPD) was adopted in 2011 and the Site Specific Proposals DPD was adopted in 2012. These two plans are being reviewed and merged together to form a single joint Minerals and Waste Local Plan for the two areas

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