Amended Core Strategy
Update - 23rd March 2020
As a result of the measures introduced to tackle Covid-19 the work on the review of the Allocations & Development Management DPD will be unable to be progressed onto the next stage of public consultation in the foreseeable future. The Local Development Scheme will be updated, and a new programme made available once we are in a position to do so. Should you have any queries then please direct these to firstname.lastname@example.org, though please note responses may take longer than usual.
Amended Core Strategy
A key part of the Local Development Framework (LDF) is the Amended Core Strategy DPD (March 2019) (PDF File, 15,555kb).This document sets out the big issues that the council and our public and private sector partners need to address over the next twenty years in our district. It sets a vision and objectives and a number of policies to help deliver the development and change identified.
The production of the Amended Core Strategy went through several stages including an independent examination and is based on a wide ranging evidence base, further detail on this process is available on the 'Amended Core Strategy Examination' webpage. The document was adopted by the District Council on the 7 March 2019 and so now forms part of the Development Plan for the district and will be used in decision making on new development and the use of land.
In adopting the Amended Core Strategy the following documents have been placed on deposit at Castle House, Local Libraries in the District and on this webpage;
Any person aggrieved by the Amended Core Strategy may make an application to the High Court under Section 113 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act (2004) as set out in the Adoption Statement.
The Amended Core Strategy should be read alongside the Allocations & Development Management Development Plan Document (July 2013) the document sets out site allocations, designations and more detailed policies for determining planning applications.
The Development Plan also includes Neighbourhood Plans covering Farnsfield, Fernwood, Kings Clipstone, Southwell and Thurgarton.