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Stroud district local plan

Stroud District Council

Stroud district local plan

draft for consultation:proposals map (North).

by Stroud District Council

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Published by Stroud District Council in Stroud .
Written in English


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  It is hoping is to obtain local support before the plans are considered by Stroud District Council to avoid lengthy planning disputes. Last year, the council agreed its Local Plan. Profile of Stroud District Area Context. The District of Stroud is located in the county of Gloucestershire and covers an area of approximat hectares (about square miles). Stroud lies about 20 miles north of Bristol and immediately south of Gloucester and Cheltenham.

Stroud District Council shared a post. Thank you to everyone who used the Longfield Hospice Christmas tree recycling service and the hard working volunteers who made it possible ♻️🎄 A fantastic £26, was raised which will help the Minchinhampton-based charity provide free-of-charge support and care to people living with life limiting Followers: K.   A council officer has said the local plan, a blueprint of next few decades of Stroud, “does not have weight at this stage” but “it is the .

  Sharpness Vale is a draft allocation in the Stroud District Draft Local Plan. Stroud District Council is consulting on the Draft Local Plan and holding public exhibitions around the district. Read more. Following meetings with local parish and town councils last autumn, we plan to engage widely. The Stroud local plan sets out the strategy for new housing, employment and community development within the district until In June this year planning inspector Stephen Pratt released a report on the original draft which was submitted in April following a public examination.


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Stroud district local plan by Stroud District Council Download PDF EPUB FB2

On 19th Novemberthe Council adopted a new Local Plan for the Stroud District. This Plan replaces the Local Plan entirely, and now provides a positive planning policy framework for the.

Stroud District Local Plan review Date of consultation: Wednesday, Novem - Wednesday, Janu The District Council is in the process of reviewing the current Stroud District Local Plan. The first stage was an Issues and Options public consultation, which took place during autumn Stroud is a local government district in Gloucestershire, England.

It is named after its largest town, Stroud, and has its administrative headquarters in Ebley Mill, in the Ebley area on the western outskirts of the district is mixed and consists of part of the Cotswolds and the Vale of Berkeley, an area of the flat, fertile valley of the River Severn.

The Stroud District Local Plan is part of the development plan and therefore a very important document to help local communities within Stroud District achieve sustainable development. Stroud District Local Plan Review: Issues and Options Consultation Report (February ) Stroud District Local Plan Review: Emerging Strategy Consultation Report (May ) Stroud District Local Plan Review: Emerging Strategy Consultation Report – Part Two (November ) We use cookies to improve user experience.

If you continue, we will. Local Plan Review: Draft Plan public exhibitions - Stroud District Local Plan review Longney & Epney Parish Council - Parish and Town Councils Look before you book this Valentine's Day. Stroud District Local Plan The Local Plan provides a positive planning policy framework for the District up until How the Local Plan was prepared Information on how the current Local Plan.

Officers working on the Local Plan review were on hand to chat about the issues affecting Stroud District and to talk through your initial views. We want people to engage early on in the process so that responses can be fed into the next stage of the review of the Local Plan.

Community Infrastructure Levy, Stroud (KB) Local Plan update & review, Stroud (MB) Making Gloucestershire the best county in the UK in which to grow (MB) GOPA Outreach (MB) Apprenticeship Reforms March pdf (MB) LSP notes 3rd March pdf (KB) 2 December   The local plan review (for housing needs, issues and future development) has been underway since autumn and runs to winter / In the first phase of consultation several factors have been raised that will potentially affect the Hardwicke area of Stroud District and the council will be issuing its initial report later this month.

STROUD DISTRICT COUNCIL PLANNING ADVISORY PANEL 13 December EXECUTIVE 20 December AGENDA ITEM NO 6 Report Title LOCAL PLAN – OUTCOMES OF THE PREFERRED STRATEG Y CONSULTATION EXERCISE Purpose of Report To bring to Members attention the outcome of the public consultation on the Preferred Strategy stage of the Local Plan File Size: 2MB.

March Slimbridge Parish Council's response to Gloucestershire County Council Local Plan Review SPC Local Transport Plan Review Response January Stroud District Council are in the process of reviewing their Local Plan.

Information on this can be found. Stroud District Local Plan has now been published. In it the Council targ new homes and an additional ha of employment land to be provided in the period to The Plan represents a significant opportunity to promote land for development.

In the current Local Plan period from tothe target for Stroud District Council is 11, homes, of which 5, have been built and 5, have permission. Currently homes per year are being built in Stroud District.

Alternatively you can email @, or write to: Local Plan Review The Planning Strategy Team Stroud District Council Ebley Mill Stroud GL5 4UB If you have any queries or suggestions relating to the consultation please contact the Planning Strategy team on @ or phone the team on Stroud District Local Plan Review 9th December by Helen Dunn The next consultation phase for the Review of Stroud’s Local Plan has now begun, the Plan and supporting and background papers are.

The local plan affords us a process to objectively look at and agree where and what type of housing we need in order to plan for a better future.” The current strategy, called the Stroud District Local Plan, took several years to develop and was adopted inand whilst Stroud is the only district in Gloucestershire to have one in place.

The report of the Development Services Group Manager, circulated at Pages No.set out the Council’s comments for submission to the public consultation on the Stroud District Local Plan.

Members were asked to approve those comments; and to request that Stroud District Council met with the Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury Joint Core Strategy. Stroud District Council Local Plan Review Stroud District Council Ebley Mill, Stroud, Glos, GL5 4UB Review of Local Plan (Emerging Strategy) I wish to register my objection to any proposal to include for development any land in the area designated G1 in the consultation document, whether the requirement is to.

Stroud District Council has published its revised local plan, detailing the plans to build 3, homes, a secondary school and a new railway station in two ‘garden villages’ in Stroud.

The council has committed that every house built as part of it’s highly-ambitious plan. As part of the Local Plan Review process, Stroud District Council has prepared a Draft Local Plan for public consultation commencing on 20th November We welcome comments and suggestions on the contents of the Draft Local Plan, which sets out the amount and location of development in the District for the next 20 years.Stroud Brownfield Register Published by: Stroud District Council Last updated: 12 December The Town and Country Planning (Brownfield Land Register) Regulationswhich came into force in Aprilrequire each local planning authority responsible for determining applications for.The consultation is part of reviewing the current Stroud District Local Plan – it was approved by a Government-appointed inspector in with the proviso that it reviews it soon after.

In the current Local Plan period from tothe target for Stroud District Council is 11, homes, of which 5, have been built and 1, have.