East of Harry Stoke New Neighbourhood Draft Supplementary Planning Document

 

For details of consultation on the East of Harry Stoke New Neighbourhood
Supplementary Planning Document - Pre-adoption draft - June 2014 please see here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

21ST DECEMBER UPDATE:
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CONSULTATION PERIOD HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 1st FEBRUARY 2013

East of Harry Stoke New Neighbourhood Draft Supplementary Planning Document
Public consultation in accordance with Regulations 12 & 13 of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 and Regulation 13 of the Environmental Assessment of Plans & Programmes Regulations 2004

The Council has identified land to the East of Harry Stoke for mixed use development to deliver its strategic housing needs up to 2027. This ‘New Neighbourhood’ is identified in the Council’s emerging strategic planning document, the Core Strategy, which was subject to independent examination earlier in 2012.

South Gloucestershire Council is now undertaking public consultation on a draft Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for this New Neighbourhood between Monday 26 November 2012 and Friday 1 February 2013.

Comments received will inform the production of the final Supplementary Planning Document for the East of Harry Stoke New Neighbourhood, which is anticipated to be adopted by the Council in early 2013, following the adoption of the Council’s Core Strategy document.

Once adopted, the SPD will set out the design principles the Council will use in determining any planning applications for the New Neighbourhood and they will identify the infrastructure required to support the needs of the new communities living there.  

Viewing the documents

The relevant documents are available to view by clicking on the following links:


Viewing hard copies of the documents

Hard copies of the SPD, the accompanying Sustainability Appraisal Report and other supporting documents are available for inspection, 8.45am - 5pm Mondays to Wednesdays and 8.45am - 4.30pm Thursdays and Fridays, at the Council’s One-Stop Shops:

  • Thornbury, Castle Street, BS35 1HF
  • Yate, Kennedy Way, BS37 4DQ (access via West Walk)
  • Kingswood Civic Centre, High Street, Kingswood, BS15 9TR
  • Patchway Hub, Rodway Road, Patchway BS34 5PE

The documents are also available to view at the following South Gloucestershire libraries:

  • Bradley Stoke Library, Fiddlers Wood Lane, Bradley Stoke, BS32 9BS
  • Winterbourne Library,Flaxpits Lane,Winterbourne,BS36 1LA
  • Patchway Library, Patchway Hub,Rodway Road,Patchway,BS34 5DQ
  • Filton Library, Shield Road Retail Park, Link Road, Filton, BS34 7BR 

(please refer to www.southglos.gov.uk for opening times).

Making comments

Comments should be made in writing or by email between Monday 26 November 2012 and Friday 1 February 2013 to the following addresses:

Please ensure that the Council receives any comments by or on Friday 1 February 2013. 

Comments can be accompanied by a request to be notified of the adoption of the SPDs.

Please note that comments received, including personal details, cannot be kept confidential.  If you make a comment, from time to time we may contact you to seek your views about other planning consultations and projects.  Periodically, you may also be invited to give us your views about our service.

If you require further information or assistance, please contact the Major Sites Team on 01454 863648 or by email to majorsites@southglos.gov.uk  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Timeline

  • Opened
    26 Nov 2012 at 00:00
  • Closed
    1 Feb 2013 at 23:59

Details

Consultation Topic
  • Planning policy & strategy
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