Site Development Policies: Proposed Submission document

Closed 10 Mar 2010

Opened 27 Jan 2010

Overview

The council is preparing a Site Development Policies Development Plan Document which will identify future development sites and detailed policies to help implement the adopted Sutton Core Planning Strategy. It is the second of a suite of documents in the council’s Local Development Framework that will replace the adopted Unitary Development Plan. We have now published the Proposed Submission version of the Site Development Policies document to allow people to comment on it before it is finally sent to an independent Planning Inspector for Examination. Responses must be received no later than 5pm on Wednesday 10th March 2010. Representations after this date will not be accepted.

Why We Are Consulting

The Council has a statutory duty to consult all relevant stakeholders when preparing a Development Plan Document. Public involvement over the last two years has helped shape this important plan. At this stage comments must relate to the soundness and or legal compliance of the document. These are explained in the notes that accompany the representations form. All responses will then be passed on to an independent Planning Inspector as part of the Examination.

What Happens Next

The Site Development Policies document will be submitted to the Secretary of State for examination by an independent Planning Inspector. All representations will be passed on to the Planning Inspector.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Businesses
  • Central government
  • Community groups / organisations
  • Faith groups
  • Staff
  • Voluntary groups / organisations
  • All residents
  • Asylum seekers and refugees
  • Black and minority ethnic people
  • Council tenants
  • Councillors / MPs / MEPs
  • Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people
  • General public
  • Gypsies / travelers
  • Neighbouring authorities
  • Older people
  • People with disabilities
  • Women
  • Young People

Interests

  • Childrens centres
  • Early years
  • Education
  • Environment
  • Planning
  • Regeneration
  • Traffic and transportation
  • Health services and facilities
  • Social services and social care
  • Housing
  • Arts and culture
  • Libraries
  • Sport and leisure
  • Crime and community safety