Local Plan Examination
Examination Library, Correspondence and Updates, including Examination Dates and Timetables
The Inspector Jonathan Manning formally closed the hearing sessions section of the Local Plan examination on 20th September 2018.
A six week consultation on main modifications ran between Monday 18th February 2019 and 5pm Monday 1st April 2019 (This has now Closed).
An additional six week consultation on main modifications MM18, MM119 and MM148 ONLY will commence on Wednesday 3rd April 2019, the comment deadline is 5pm Wednesday 15th May 2019. This extension is necessary as a formatting error resulted in these modifications displaying incorrectly on the consultation portal during the original consultation period.
Comments will only be accepted on MM18, MM119 and MM148 during this extension period.
MM18: Policy HOU 05 - Small Villages and Hamlets Outside of Settlement Boundaries
MM119: Supporting Text ENV 03: Title and paragraph 5.19 to 5.26
MM148: Supporting text para. 7.18
In commenting on these modification you are asked to make representations on whether the plan is (a) legally compliant and (b) sound.
In line with the recommendations agreed at Cabinet on the 11th July 2017 and Full Council on the 27th July 2017, the Breckland Local Plan was submitted for examination on 30 November 2017 and Jonathan Manning BSc (Hons) MA MRTPI has been appointed by the Secretary of State to carry out an independent examination of our Local Plan. His task will be to consider the soundness of our submitted plan, based on the criteria set out in paragraph 182 of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF).
Our plan should be:
- Positively prepared: it should be based on a strategy that looks at meeting objectively assessed development and infrastructure requirements. This includes; where reasonable to do so; those unmet by our neighbours. It should also be consistent with achieving sustainable development
- Justified: it should be the most appropriate strategy, when considered against reasonable alternatives, based on proportionate evidence
- Effective: it should be deliverable and based on effective joint working with partners and neighbours; and
- Consistent with national policy: it should enable the delivery of sustainable development set out by national policy
Breckland District Council have appointed a Programme Officer as the point of contact and to organise and administer the examination process under the guidance of the appointed Inspector. Any queries about the examination or any correspondence to the inspector should be sent to: Preferred method of contact is email.
Norfolk NR19 1EE
Tel No: 01362 656296
Last updated: 04/04/2019 14:12:24