The Council is preparing a new Local Plan for Warwick District, which will guide the area's future development for the next 18 years.
We have been analysing and considering responses to the Preferred Options. Most of the responses are now available to view online. We have also been updating our evidence, for instance looking at results from Census and new economic trends; examining the capacity of the transport network and updating information about flooding.We are also taking into account the implications of the Planning Inspectorate's advice to Coventry City Council, which also affects how we plan. This matter was considered by Executive on 17 April 2013. We will be taking part in a review of housing requirement along with other councils in the sub region.We are currently focussing on taking this all into account to produce the next stage of the plan.Read more about what we are currently doing on the new Local Plan.
The Preferred Options report of public consultation and further evidence we are gathering will inform the Revised Development Strategy. This will be considered by Council on 4 June 2013 and if approved, public consultation for six weeks will follow shortly after. The committee papers for this meeting are now available.Following this consultation we will be preparing a submission draft of the Local Plan. The date for this is still to be determined. As consequence the current Local Development Scheme will be updated in June.
1 June 2012 to 3 August 2012Local Plan Preferred Options consultation undertaken21 May 2012 The Local Plan Preferred Options document was considered by the Council and approved by Executive 1 December 2011Council approved ‘A Strategy for the Future and Sustainable Prosperity of Warwick District’ as the basis for future preparation of the Local Plan. 17 March 2011 to 15 July 2011Helping Shape the District - Issues and Scenarios consultation undertaken
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