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Peterborough Local Plan (Proposed Submission January 2018)

We are preparing a new Local Plan, this is an important document as it will determine what Peterborough and the surrounding villages will look like in the future and how it will become an even better place to live, work and visit.

The new Local Plan will replace the adopted Development Plan Documents (DPD). It will not replace any adopted Minerals and Waste DPDs.

How to Make Comments

You are invited to read and comment on the Proposed Submission Local Plan. Where possible, please provide comments online using the Consultation Portal. Alternatively, complete a Comment Form, this can be downloaded and returned by e-mail or post:

planningpolicy@peterborough.gov.uk

or

Peterborough Local Plan Consultation
Sustainable Growth Strategy
Peterborough City Council
Town Hall
Bridge Street
Peterborough PE1 1HF

This consultation stage is different to earlier consultation stages; please read the guidance note which explains how to make comments and how comments will be dealt with. Full details of the consultation are set out in the Statement of Representations Procedure.

The closing date for all comments is 11:59pm on 20 February 2018.

Please note that all comments will be uploaded to our online consultation portal and will not be confidential.

Local Plan Supporting Documents 

Please note: the "last modified" date shown above relates to the file and not the document, this will change if the file is renamed or moved. Where relevant the document date is shown as part of the file name.

The following documents are due to be published in March 2018: 

CD08Proposed Submission Local Plan Key Issues Report (Regulation 22 (1) (c) (i to iv)) 

CD09 - Notice of Submission (Regulation 22 (3))

For other planning policy evidence documents please see the Local Plan: Evidence Base page. This includes a collection of Policy Evidence Reports which have been prepared to accompany each of the Proposed Submission Local Plan policies.  The Policy Evidence Reports explain how each individual policy has evolved, what comments were raised at the previous consultation stage, and how we have considered those comments.


Next stage (including Local Development Scheme) 

All comments submitted will be available to view on our consultation portal following the end of the consultation period. A Key Issues Report will be published which will summarise the main issues raised for each section and policy of the Local Plan.

We will then submit the Local Plan and associated supporting information (including all comments submitted at the Proposed Submission stage) to the Secretary of State who will appoint a Planning Inspector to examine the Local Plan. The Inspector will consider all representations received, and will hold a number of 'Hearing' sessions as part of the examination, whereby those who wish to verbally raise their objections with the Inspector will get their chance to do so.

The Inspector will publish a report which will set out if the Plan is 'Sound' or 'Unsound'. The Inspector may make recommendations to make the Plan 'Sound'. Subject to the Inspectors Report, the council will formally adopt the Local Plan and it will then be used in making planning decisions.

The Local Development Scheme (LDS) (August 2017) sets out the timetable for the production of the Local Plan.  The Monthly Update sets out the latest timetable and proposed dates and timetable.


Previous Stages

In January 2016 the council consulted on the Preliminary Draft version of the Local Plan. Consultation ended on 25 February 2016. All comments can be viewed on the consultation portal.

We produced a Key Issues Report which summarised the main issues raised for each section and policy of the Local Plan. These issues were taken in to consideration during the production of the Further Draft Local Plan.

We consulted on the Further Draft version of the Local Plan between 16 December 2016 and 9 February 2017. All comments can be viewed on our consultation portal.

We have produced a Key Issues Report which summarises the main issues raised for each section and policy of the Local Plan. These issues have been taken in to consideration during the production of the Proposed Submission Local Plan.