Local Development Scheme - Bassetlaw District Council Local Development Scheme

Purpose of the Local Development Scheme

Section 15 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 (as amended by the Localism Act 2011) requires every Local Planning Authority to prepare, maintain and publish a Local Development Scheme (LDS). The LDS must specify the document which, when prepared, will comprise the Local Plan for the area. A key requirement of the act is to ensure the LDS is made available to the public and kept up-to-date.

Bassetlaw District Council resolved to bring this LDS into effect at the 10 July 2018 Cabinet meeting.

Local Development Documents

Local Development Documents (LDD), when taken as a whole, sets out the Authority’s policies relating to the development and use of land in the district. The LDDs that will be prepared by Bassetlaw District Council are the following Development Plan Documents:

  • The Bassetlaw Local Plan: Bassetlaw District Council will produce a single Local Plan that will apply to the whole of the District. This LDS web page sets out below the overall timetable for the development, consultation, examination and adoption of the Local Plan.
  • Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs): these build upon and provide more detailed advice or guidance on the policies in the Local Plan.  At this time no SPDs are scheduled to be prepared in support of the Local Plan, however this may be subject to change at a later date.

Working with other Local Planning Authorities

Bassetlaw District Council does not plan to produce any joint Local Development Documents with other Local Planning Authorities. However, throughout the development of the Local Plan the Council will co-operate with all relevant bodies under the Duty-to-Cooperate (including all Neighbouring Local Authorities).

 

 


Last Updated on Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Purpose of the Local Development Scheme

Section 15 of the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004 (as amended by the Localism Act 2011) requires every Local Planning Authority to prepare, maintain and publish a Local Development Scheme (LDS). The LDS must specify the document which, when prepared, will comprise the Local Plan for the area. A key requirement of the act is to ensure the LDS is made available to the public and kept up-to-date.

Bassetlaw District Council resolved to bring this LDS into effect at the 10 July 2018 Cabinet meeting.

Local Development Documents

Local Development Documents (LDD), when taken as a whole, sets out the Authority’s policies relating to the development and use of land in the district. The LDDs that will be prepared by Bassetlaw District Council are the following Development Plan Documents:

  • The Bassetlaw Local Plan: Bassetlaw District Council will produce a single Local Plan that will apply to the whole of the District. This LDS web page sets out below the overall timetable for the development, consultation, examination and adoption of the Local Plan.
  • Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs): these build upon and provide more detailed advice or guidance on the policies in the Local Plan.  At this time no SPDs are scheduled to be prepared in support of the Local Plan, however this may be subject to change at a later date.

Working with other Local Planning Authorities

Bassetlaw District Council does not plan to produce any joint Local Development Documents with other Local Planning Authorities. However, throughout the development of the Local Plan the Council will co-operate with all relevant bodies under the Duty-to-Cooperate (including all Neighbouring Local Authorities).


Last Updated on Tuesday, September 11, 2018

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