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  • South Bank Consultation

    Created by M Stanley // 1 thread

    Via email from Leeds City Council.

    The South Bank Leeds Framework Plan was produced in 2016 to provide guidance for the future development of the South Bank. Three months consultation was undertaken between August and December 2016 which prompted responses from over 2,200 members of the public and numerous partner organisations, businesses, landowners and other stakeholders. This produced over 32,000 comments. The responses have been considered, analysed and a number of changes have been made including strengthening the importance of urban realm, family-friendly design features, the waterfront and culture in the regeneration vision. In addition:

    · We are proposing to adopt the framework as a Supplementary Planning Document

    · The section around HS2 and the station has been updated to include the recently developed Leeds Integrated Station Masterplan

    The draft SPD, consultation statement and supporting documents are available for inspection at

    Representations are invited on the SPD until Wednesday 20 December 2017 and should be sent to or South Bank SPD consultation, Leonardo Building, 2 Rossington Street, Leeds, LS2 8HD or complete a response form / online survey.

    If you would further information please contact / 0113 378 7719 / 0113 378 5380.

    Yours faithfully

    DF's Signature
    David Feeney
    Head of Forward Planning & Implementation
    City Development

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  • Grafton Area of Major Change - Masterplan and Framework SPD

    Created by Roxanne (Cycling Campaign Officer) // 2 threads

    The draft Cambridge Local Plan 2014 designates the area around Fitzroy Street, Burleigh Street and the Grafton Centre as the primary location for providing additional comparison retail in the City Centre along with other mixed uses including leisure uses under Policy 11: Fitzroy/Burleigh Street/Grafton Area of Major Change.

    The Council, as the Local Planning Authority, has been working in partnership with local stakeholders to prepare an SPD for change for the Fitzroy/Burleigh Street/Grafton Area of Major Change (AoMC). The work has been guided by input from local stakeholders, including residents groups, local Councillors and other interest groups, at a series of workshops.

    The SPD will help guide the development of the area, promoting a number of key strategies for change. These aim to take advantage of the opportunities to provide better streets and space as well as a positive and attractive destination to support the vitality and viability of the centre for retail and associated uses. The SPD envisages a phased approach to ensure the area continues to perform as a City Centre location while ensuring phased improvement will deliver the area’s longer-term strategy.

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  • East of Basingstoke and Redlands SPD consultation (closes 3 March)

    Created by jpennycook // 1 thread

    East of Basingstoke and Redlands SPD consultation (closes 3 March)
    "East of Basingstoke and Redlands draft development brief SPD

    The Local Planning Authority has prepared a Draft Development Brief to guide future development on the strategic housing allocations at East of Basingstoke and at Redlands in north-eastern Basingstoke.

    The Development Brief will have the status of a Supplementary Planning Document (SPD). It will be a material consideration in the determination of planning applications across the East of Basingstoke and the Redlands allocations."

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  • Eastern Gate

    Martin Lucas-Smith // 1 thread

    The Eastern Gate proposals are a strategic attempt by the City Council to rework the Newmarket Road roundabout area towards a standard crossing, and create a welcoming entrance into this very run-down looking part of the city.

    It is supposed to be being paid for by Section 106 moneys from developments, yet proposal after proposal is coming forward but nothing is happening.

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  • Ipswich Borough Council Cycling Strategy SPD

    Created by Shaun McDonald // 1 thread

    Ipswich Borough Council are currently consulting on the Cycling Supplementary Planning Document (SPD), and are in the early Call for Ideas stage.

    Cycling Strategy Supplementary Planning Document – Call for Ideas

    The Council is preparing a Cycling Strategy Supplementary Planning Document (SPD), as set out in its Local Development Scheme (8th Edition, September 2014). The SPD will provide additional guidance to policies contained in the Ipswich Local Plan (currently the

    Core Strategy and Policies development plan document 2011 and remaining saved policies of the Ipswich Local Plan 1997). Further information on the Local Plan can be found at The SPD will not set new policies but will be a material consideration in taking decisions on planning applications. The Council has already adopted a number of SPDs which can be found at proposed-supplementary-planning-documents.

    The scope of the Cycling Strategy SPD relates to providing guidance on the provision of cycling infrastructure as part of new development and will also provide an opportunity to identify potential wider improvements to cycling infrastructure across the Borough. Cycling infrastructure in this respect not only relates to places where people cycle but also to provision for parking and storing cycles.

    At this stage we are asking for ideas on what the SPD should contain. This consultation is being carried out under Regulation 12 of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012. Following this initial Call for Ideas consultation, there will be a public consultation on the draft SPD which is anticipated to take place during Autumn 2015.

    We would appreciate any ideas you may have on the content of the SPD – the questions below may act as useful prompts.
     What measures should be taken to encourage cycling in and around new developments?
     What measures should be taken to encourage cycling throughout the Borough?
     Are you aware of any particular issues which would currently act to discourage
    cycling in the Borough?

    Please send us any comments by 11:45pm on Monday 17th August 2015. A comments form is available on our website at If you would like further information, please contact Felicia Blake on 01473 432019.
    As part of the production of the SPD the Council is also looking for school / college pupils’ and their parents’ views on cycling to school – a short online survey is available at

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