Background
Background

LDF and Local Plan

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Housing

  1. Housing Strategy

    The Copeland Housing Strategy provides information on important local housing matters and says what our key priorities are for housing in Copeland. The Housing Strategy is a shared document for the Council and its partners, which include housing associations, private landlords, charities and voluntary groups, housebuilders and other organisations.

  2. 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. New Site Submission Form

    New Site Submission Form

  2. 15.4 Borough Council Statements Matter 4

    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 15.4 - Borough Council Statements Matter 4 - Strategic Policies

  3. Copeland Annual Monitoring Report 2011/2012

    Copeland Annual Monitoring Report 2011/2012.

  4. Local Development Scheme 2016

    Copeland Development Scheme 2016

  5. Wind Energy SPD - CBC Adoption Statement

    Cumbria Wind Energy SPD - Copeland Borough Council Adoption Statement

  6. Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Needs Assessment

    Cumbria Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation Needs Assessment

    Draft Final Report March 2008

  7. Planning Policy Consultations

    Welcome to the Planning Policy Consultations and Recently Published Documents webpage

    We are committed to engaging the community in the planning process. On this page you will find Planning Policy consultations and other recently published documents.

    If you would like any further information, please either e-mail us: ldf@copeland.gov.uk or telephone us on 01946 59 8300.

  8. Statement of Community Involvement 2008

    Statement of Community Involvement 2008

  9. Whitehaven Town Centre and Harbourside SPD

    Whitehaven Town Centre and Harbourside Supplementary Planning Document - September 2012

  10. Core Strategy Examination News

    Examination into the Core Strategy and Development Management Policies 2012 – 2027.

    This page has been drafted by and is the responsibility of Yvonne Parker, Programme Officer for the Examination. Yvonne is an impartial officer of the Examination and works under the direction of the Inspector. Yvonne has no involvement in the preparation of the document.

    The Inspector Paul Crysell BSc MSc MRTPI has been appointed by the Secretary of State to conduct the Examination to determine whether the document is sound.

    The Programme Officer details: Address: 2 Priory Court, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11 3RH Tel: 01282 450522 Mobile: 0781 333 4305 Email: posltd@virginmedia.com

  11. MMO response MMO response to main modifications dated 7 June 2013.
  12. Copeland SHLAA - final August 2013

    The Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment has now been completed and the final report is being circulated to interested parties for comment.  Note that this is an evidence base document designed to show that the Borough has enough developable land to meet its needs; decisions as to which sites are allocated for development will be made in the Site Allocation phase of the new Local Plan or LDF, on which the public debate will begin early next year.

     

  13. Sustainability Appraisal of Preferred Options

    Copeland Local Development Framework

    Core Strategy and Development Management Policies DPD

    Sustainability Appraisal of Preferred Options (May 2010)

  14. Cumbria Renewable Energy Study 2011

    Cumbria Renewable Energy Capacity and Deployment Study - Final Report to Cumbria County Council (August 2011)

  15. Conservation Areas Character Appraisal

    Whitehaven Town Centre and High Street Conservation Areas Character Appraisal April 2009 part of the Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series

  16. Wind Farm Applications in Copeland (Feb13)

    Core Strategy and Development Management Policies Examination

    Examination Document List Reference 14.5 - Wind Farm Applications in Copeland (Schedule February 2013)

  17. Preferred Options Questionnaire

    Preferred Options Questionnaire

  18. 15.5 Borough Council Statements Matter 5

    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 15.5 - Borough Council Statements Matter 5 - Economic Development

  19. Copeland Annual Monitoring Report 2007 - 2008

    Copeland Annual Monitoring Report 2007 - 2008

  20. Revised Statement of Community Involvement

    Adopted Revised Statement of Community Involvement

  21. PPG 17 Study Identification of Local Need

    Copeland PPG17 Study and Leisure Strategy - Open Space Assessment (April 2011): Identification of Local Need - Community Consultation Report

     

     

  22. West Cumbria Spatial Master Plan (WP 5)

    West Cumbria Spatial Master Plan

    Tourism: Working Paper 5

    Final Report

    September 2006

  23. Planning Contributions SPD

    The Council has analysed Copeland’s infrastructure and is determining the priorities for improving it. (Infrastructure includes not only the physical infrastructure - such as transport, energy and water supply, drainage – but also social and environmental assets - such as sports facilities, community halls and open space). This SPD will set out those priorities as a basis for negotiating planning contributions from developers, so that new development helps to meet the impacts which it has on the Borough. The SPD will also inform negotiations with the developers of the proposed nuclear power station to secure the investment needed to make sure that benefits to the community of nuclear new build are optimised. The Council may decide to adopt a Community Infrastructure Levy, which would be a tariff potentially on all development. The SPD cannot do this and any proposal for a levy would be in a separate document subject to separate consultation and independent public examination.

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