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Draft Affordable Housing Supplementary Planning Document: Craven Local Plan
Start date: Tuesday 1st September 2020
End date: Tuesday 13th October 2020
This draft Supplementary Planning Document (SPD), in accordance with the glossary of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) adds further detail to the policies of the development plan, specifically the Craven Local Plan. The need to provide this SPD was agreed at the examination of the Local Plan and paragraph 6.20 of the Local Plan’s supporting text confirms the Council’s commitment to its publication. The delivery of affordable homes for local people is an important Council objective and an SPD which assists applicants in preparing and submitting policy compliant planning applications for affordable housing will contribute to this objective.
The Council is aware that the Government is currently consulting on a fundamental reform of the planning system and some changes to the NPPF that will affect the delivery of affordable homes as well as many other matters. This does not obviate the need for the Council to seek to approve this draft SPD following public consultation.
Comments on the draft SPD should be received no later than the end date, above, and may be submitted by email (preferred) to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to Planning Policy, Craven District Council, 1 Belle Vue Square, Broughton Road, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 1FJ. Paper copies of the draft SPD are available for inspection at the Council's main reception, which is currently open from 9am to 1pm Monday to Friday.
In making your representations please be as clear as possible about which parts of the SPD you are referring to. You should make specific reference to the relevant paragraph numbers and sections in your response. There are no representation forms for this consultation.
If you wish to be directly notified about approval of the finalised SPD and about future planning policy consultations, please subscribe for free via the subscriptions webpage.
Draft Conservation Area Appraisals
Start date: Monday 19th October 2020
End date: Monday 14th December 2020
The Craven Conservation Areas Project 2016 was undertaken by the Council, Historic England and Alan Baxter Ltd. The project produced draft appraisals for 16 existing conservation areas and 3 potential new conservation areas in Craven. All 19 draft appraisals were accepted into the evidence base for the Craven Local Plan and the Council committed to undertaking public consultation on the draft appraisals at the earliest opportunity following the Local Plan's adoption. The Council is now pleased to commence that consultation.
The consultation documents can be downloaded below and include an important overarching introduction. Each document is concise and easy to read, but in view of the total number of documents involved, the normal consultation period of 4 weeks has been extended to 8 weeks.
IMPORTANT: Documents produced by the Craven Conservation Areas Project are in electronic format and include interactive maps. Therefore, paper copies are not available. In order to utilise the interactive maps, please download the documents onto your computer, tablet or smartphone and view them in a suitable PDF reader, such as Adobe Acrobat. The interactive maps are unlikely to work properly, if you view the documents in a web browser.
Draft appraisals for existing conservation areas:
- Kildwick Grange
- Low Bradley
- Settle-Carlisle Railway
Draft appraisals for potential new conservation areas:
Comments on the consultation documents should be received no later than the end date, above, and may be submitted by email (preferred) to email@example.com or by post to Planning Policy, Craven District Council, 1 Belle Vue Square, Broughton Road, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 1FJ. You may comment on as many of the documents as you wish. In your comments, please indicate which document and which part of the document you are referring to. Documents have titles, section numbers, page numbers and reference numbers to make this easier. There are no representation forms for this consultation.
If you wish to be kept informed about further progress on the conservation area appraisals and about future planning policy consultations, please subscribe for free via the subscriptions webpage.