Delivery Development Plan Document (DDPD)

DELIVERY DEVELOPMENT PLAN DOCUMENT – NOTIFICATION OF SUBMISSION PURSUANT TO TOWN AND COUNTY PLANNING (LOCAL PLANNING) (ENGLAND) REGULATIONS 2012 (REGULATION 22(3))

On 15th August Chiltern District Council submitted the Delivery Development Plan Document and associated documents to the Secretary of State for Local Government.

The Delivery Development Plan Document

The Delivery Development Plan Document (DPD) for Chiltern District is a planning document, which (once adopted) will replace development management policies (which are used to determine planning applications) and site allocations (such as Housing and Employment sites) in the adopted Local Plan and help deliver strategic policies set out in the adopted Core Strategy. Together the Core Strategy and Delivery DPD will form the ‘Local Plan’ for Chiltern, setting out planning policies, land allocations and proposal sites for the District until 2026.

Further details on the Delivery DPD, including links to supporting documents can be viewed on the Council’s website: www.chiltern.gov.uk/DPD

Submission Documents

The documents submitted to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government include:

  • Submission Delivery DPD for Chiltern District (February 2014);
  • Submission Delivery DPD Sustainability Appraisal (February 2014);
  • Proposed Changes to the Policies Map (February 2014);
  • Statement of Consultation (Regulation 22(1)(c) Statement) (August 2014);
  • Representations submitted as part of the Submission Consultation (20th February to the 4th April 2014);
  • Duty to Co-operate Report (August 2014);
  • Council Inspector Recommended Modifications (August 2014); and
  • other relevant evidence base and supporting documents.

You can view all the documents submitted (including those listed above) online at: www.chiltern.gov.uk/DPD/Library. Representations submitted as part of the Submission Consultation are available to view online at: www.chiltern.gov.uk/DPD/Exam. Submission documents are also available to view in hard copy at the Council Offices in Amersham or electronically in libraries serving Chiltern District. The accompanying Statement of Availability provides this information in more detail.

The Next Stage – Examination in Public

The Delivery DPD will be considered by an inspector appointed by the Secretary of State who will set dates for the Examination in Public (EiP) hearings, (anticipated to be in November 2014). The EiP will determine whether the Plan is ‘sound’ and will provide an opportunity for those who submitted a duly made representation and who expressed an interest to participate in the EiP to make further representations. Further details of the EiP will be made available on the Council’s website when available: www.chiltern.gov.uk/DPD/Exam or for those who submitted duly made representations through the Programme Officer.

If you responded to the Delivery DPD Submission Consultation (20th February to 4th April 2014) and indicated you wished to take part in the oral part of the EiP then you will be contacted in due course by the Programme Officer.

For any questions relating to the Delivery Development Plan Document please contact a member of the Planning Policy Team on the telephone numbers provided or by email to Planningpolicy@chiltern.gov.uk

DELIVERY DEVELOPMENT PLAN DOCUMENT FOR CHILTERN DISTRICT SUBMISSION – STATEMENT OF AVAILABILITY OF THE SUBMISSION DOCUMENTS

Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004  –  The Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012

On 15th August Chiltern District Council submitted the Submission Delivery Development Plan Document (DPD) for Chiltern District, associated submission documents, and evidence and background documents to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government.

The documents submitted include: The Submission Delivery Development Plan Document for Chiltern District, Proposed Changes to the Policies Map; the Sustainability Appraisal of the Delivery Development Plan Document; Statement of Consultation (Regulation 22(1)(c) Statement); copies of duly made representations submitted during the Submission Delivery DPD Consultation (20th February to the 4th April 2014); and other supporting evidence and background documents. These documents are available for inspection at:   Customer Service Reception, Chiltern District Council, King George V House, King George V Road, Amersham HP6 5AW, during the Council’s normal office opening hours (Monday – Thursday: 9am-5pm and Friday: 9am to 4.30pm).

The Chiltern District Council’s website at www.chiltern.gov.uk/DPD/Librarywhere all documents can be downloaded free of charge. Representations can be viewed on the Council’s website at www.chiltern.gov.uk/DPD/Exam.

In electronic format at the following libraries during their normal opening hours, (opening hours vary please contact the relevant library for details):

  • Amersham Library, Chiltern Avenue, Amersham;
  • Beaconsfield Library, Reynolds Road, Beaconsfield;
  • Chalfont St Giles Community Library, High Street, Chalfont St Giles;
  • Chalfont St Peter Community Library, High Street, Chalfont St Peter;
  • Chesham Library, Elgiva Lane, Chesham;
  • Great Missenden Community Library, High Street, Great Missenden;
  • Hazlemere Library, 312 Amersham Road, Hazlemere High Wycombe; and
  • Little Chalfont Community Library, Cokes Lane, Little Chalfont.

If you need further information or assistance or wish to obtain copies of the Submission Delivery Development Plan Document for Chiltern District or any of the other submission documents, please contact the Planning Policy Team by telephone on 01494 732269 or by email at planningpolicy@chiltern.gov.uk.    Graham Winwright,  CDC Temporary Planning Policy Manager.

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