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Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council have begun to review their joint Minerals and Waste Development Plan. The current Core Strategy Development Plan Document (DPD) was adopted in 2011 and the Site Specific Proposals DPD was adopted in 2012. These two plans are being reviewed and merged together to form a single joint Minerals and Waste Local Plan (MWLP) covering the two Council areas.

Preliminary Draft Local Plan

The Councils consulted on the Preliminary Draft Local Plan, the first of three rounds of consultation in May to early June 2018. This stage of the Plan put forward various issues and options regarding mineral and waste management development up to 2036, and seeks the views of members of the community, organisations, statutory bodies and any other interested parties. The consultation ran for 6 weeks, from 16 May 2018 to 26 June 2018

The Councils have also put together some summary slides which provide an overview of the Plan, how much mineral we use, how much waste we produce, plus more information on how to get involved

Preliminary Draft Plan

Summary slides

Size: 1.81 MB File format: pdf

The Preliminary Local Draft Plan and the supporting documents, and these panels, are all available to view at the County Council Offices at Shire Hall, Castle Hill, Cambridge, CB3 0AP (please ask at the main reception for directions).  

At this stage it is not clear if more sites for mineral and waste management development are needed, so the Preliminary Draft Local Plan does not allocate any land for development, nor does it identify any sites or broad locations. However, in case more sites will be needed the Plan does give landowners, their agents and operators the opportunity to submit their land for future mineral and / or waste management development (a comprehensive list of submission criteria is outlined in the Plan and the Site Submission forms below). It also asks if existing allocations should be carried forward. Any sites submitted will be assessed against any defined need and, if required, preferred sites will be put forward at the next stage of the Plan, expected to be published for consultation in Spring 2019.

The Plan is also accompanied by a Sustainability Appraisal (SA) Scoping Report. This is a mandatory document which incorporates the requirements of the Environmental Assessment of Plans and Programmes Regulations (2004). It sets out what the Councils think the main sustainability issues are and puts forward a framework for assessing reasonable alternatives to policies in the developing Plan.

The document also identifies 12 key sustainability objectives, which mirror those in the Preliminary Draft Local Plan. An earlier draft of this Scoping Report was consulted upon in January 2018. Comments received have been fully assessed by the Councils and, where appropriate, changes have been made to the final document. A full SA will be published alongside the Further Draft Local Plan in Spring 2019.

Preliminary Draft Local Plan public consultation 

The consultation into the Preliminary Draft Local Plan ran for six weeks, from 16 May 2018 to 26 June 2018. All representations which were duly made are now available to view through the online consultation portal. All comments received will be considered by the Councils and, where appropriate, incorporated into the Further Draft Local Plan, which is due to be published for consultation in Spring 2019.

Important information about data protection

Any comments you make as part of the consultations into the Minerals & Waste Local Plan will be made public as it is a statutory requirement to publish comments. We will publish these online. If you have any concerns then please contact us. The Councils will however remove email addresses, postal addresses, telephone numbers and signatures. Your information will be retained by the Councils as part of our statutory plan making duty, until no later than six months after the Plan is adopted, at which point your information will be securely deleted / destroyed. We will consult you at subsequent stages of the Plan’s preparation to seek further comments from you and to keep you informed. If you do not wish to be contacted at subsequent stages of the Plan, please let us know using the contact details at the bottom of this page.

Documents to download

Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report May 2018

Size: 1.50 MB File format: pdf

Waste Needs Assessment May 2018

Size: 1.06 MB File format: pdf

Mineral Safeguarding Areas Methodology May 2018

Size: 245.68 KB File format: pdf

Site Assessment Methodology May 2018

Size: 571.46 KB File format: pdf

Flood Risk Assessment Methodology May 2018

Size: 519.64 KB File format: pdf

Local Development Scheme

In August 2017 both councils updated their respective Local Development Schemes (LDS), which set out the timetable for the production of the new Minerals and Waste Local Plan. The LDSs can be found following the links below (the timetable is the same in both documents).

Statement of Community Involvement

The councils have published Statements of Community Involvement (SCIs). These documents set out how and when each council will consult with people and organisations, and how you can get involved in the plan making process. The latest versions are available below, but please note that an SCI is periodically updated, and refreshed versions are likely to be published later this year.

Being kept informed

If you would like to be kept informed of the progress of the new Minerals and Waste Local Plan, please send your contact details to the joint Minerals and Waste Team and we will add you to our consultation database. Please note that we will retain your information until no later than six months after the adoption of the new Plan, at which point your information will be securely deleted. If at any point after providing your contact details, you wish to change your mind then you should inform us using the details below:

 

Joint Minerals and Waste Planning Team

℅ Peterborough City Council
Town Hall
Bridge Street
Peterborough
PE1 1HF

email: [email protected]
tel: 01733 747474

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