Background
Background

Core strategy and development management policies

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Housing

  1. Private sector stock condition survey

    This is a summary of the Private Sector Stock Condition Survey report. In this document you can read the main findings of the survey, which was done to help us find out about the condition of privately owned and privately rented housing in Copeland. The summary says what the condition of housing is like in different areas in Copeland.

Planning

  1. Preferred Options Consultation Responses

    Copeland Local Development Framework

    Core Strategy and Development Management Policies

    Register of Preferred Options Consultation Responses (May 2012)

     

  2. National Trust Response to CLG Guidance National Trust Response to CLG Renewables Guidance Implications
  3. Infrastructure Deficit Summary Report (2011)

    Copeland Local Development Framework

    Infrastructure Deficit Summary Report

    Core Strategy Evidence Base

    Baseline Analysis Paper

    February 2011

     

  4. Sustainability Appraisal

    Sustainability Appraisal

  5. Whitehaven Conservation Areas Dev. Guide - Site 09

    Whitehaven Town Centre and High Street Conservation Areas - Development Guide April 2009

    Site 09: Former Bus Station and Works, Bransty Row

    Part of the Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series

  6. West Cumbria Retail Studies

    In April 2008, Copeland Borough Council, Allerdale Borough Council and Cumbria County Council commissioned WYG Planning and Design to undertake an assessment of the current and future retail role of the main centres within the West Cumbria Sub-Region.  The study includes an in-depth analysis of the retail provision within the main centres of the West Cumbria Sub-Region, including an assessment of the extent to which the centres are meeting the retail needs of the local population and the role of the local shopping network and the Sub-Regional shopping hierarchy.  The West Cumbria Retail Study was published in April 2009.

    The West Cumbria Retail Assessment Addendum was published in January 2012.

  7. LDF SA Scoping Report (Sept 09)

    LDF Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report - Final Draft (Sept 09)

  8. West Cumbria Retail Study (2009) Appendix 4

    West Cumbria Retail Study (2009) - Appendix 4 - Business Survey Results

  9. 15.12 Borough Council Statements Matter 12

    Copeland Core Strategy and Development Management Policies Examination

    Examination Document List Section 15 - Response to the Inspector's Issues and Matters from the Council

    Reference 15.12 - Borough Council Statements Matter 12 - Saved Policies and Miscellaneous Items

  10. PPG17 Consultation Report Appendices

    PPG17 Consultation Report Appendices

  11. CBC response to inspector 11 June 2013 Letter from Copeland Council to inspector outlining our concerns in response to his not dated 11 June 2013.
  12. Publication Notice May 2012

    Core Strategy and Development Management Policies Publication Notice May 2012

  13. Banks Response to CLG Renewables Guidance Banks Response to CLG Renewables Guidance Implications
  14. Strategy for Infrastructure

    Copeland Local Development Framework - Strategy for Infrastructure March 2012

  15. Preferred Options Questionnaire

    Preferred Options Questionnaire

  16. Whitehaven Conservation Areas Dev. Guide - Site 08

    Whitehaven Town Centre and High Street Conservation Areas - Development Guide April 2009

    Site 08: Former Bus Depot, Bransty Row

    Part of the Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series

  17. Infrastructure Deficit Report

    The Local Development Framework is underpinned by work on the Borough’s infrastructure. By “infrastructure” we mean the basic facilities, services, and installations needed to make Copeland work as a place to live, do business or visit. It falls into three broad categories: physical, such as roads and railways, drainage and energy supply systems - what many people would define as infrastructure; community infrastructure – schools, libraries, community centres, leisure, sports, cultural, health and police facilities; green infrastructure – parks and public open space, and also anything that contributes to or maintains biodiversity. 

    Development may increase pressure on aspects of infrastructure which are deficient or at capacity. Where this is the case, planning obligations can be imposed to make sure that developers contribute to work which mitigates the impact of the development. This might include, for example, improvements to road junctions to reduce traffic congestion, or the provision or improvement of open space and sports facilities.

  18. Responses to the Published Plan (July 2012)

    Core Strategy and Development Management Policies - Representations made in response to the Published Plan (July 2012).

  19. West Cumbria Retail Study (2009) Appendix 3

    West Cumbria Retail Study (2009) - Appendix 3 - In Street Surveys

  20. 16.4.1 Statement from R Mulholland - Main Matter 4

    Copeland Core Strategy and Development Management Policies Examination

    Examination Document List Section 16 - Response to the Inspector's Issues and Matters from Objectors

    Reference 16.4.1 - Statement from R Mulholland on Main Matter 4

  21. Cumbria Landscape Strategy (1998)

    Cumbria Landscape Strategy (1998)

  22. 17.3 Highways Agency response Highways Agency response to main modifications dated 30 April 13
  23. 17.4 FELLS response to main modifications 17.4 FELLS response to main modifications dated 10 May 2013.
  24. Pre-Submission Consultation Comment Form May2012

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    Core Strategy and Development Management Policies

    Pre-Submission Consultation Comment Form May2012

     

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