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  1. West Cumbria Spatial Master Plan (WP 3)

    West Cumbria Spatial Masterplan

    Working Paper 3: Transport

    September 2006

  2. 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.

  3. 17.5 The Coal Authority response 17.5 The Coal Authority response to main modifications dated 20 May 2013.
  4. Whaven Town Centre SPD Adoption Statement

    Whitehaven Town Centre and Harbourside Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) Adoption Statement.

  5. WC Retail Assessment Addendum Report 2012

    Retail Assessment Addendum Report 2012 - West Cumbria Evidence Base.

  6. Examination Document List

    ARCHIVED WEBPAGE FOR INFORMATION ONLY

    The Copeland Local Plan 2013-2028 Core Strategy and Development Management Policies DPD was adopted by Copeland Borough Council on 5 December 2013 and can be viewed on the Copeland Local Plan 2013-2028 webpage.

    This page contains the Core Strategy and Development Management Policies Examination Document List for information.

  7. Environment Agency Response to CLG Guidance Environment Agency Response to CLG Renewables Guidance Implications
  8. 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

  9. Copeland Playing Pitch Study 2011

    Copeland Playing Pitch Study (2011)

  10. Site Assessment - Howgate Distington

    Background Report 1b: Site Assessments – Howgate and Distington

  11. LDF SA Scoping Report (Sept 09)

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

  12. Publication Notice May 2012

    Core Strategy and Development Management Policies Publication Notice May 2012

  13. Appendix 3 Consultation Responses

    Appendix 3 Consultation Responses

  14. 15.11 Borough Council Statements Matter 11

    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 15.11 - Borough Council Statements Matter 11 - Development Management Policies

  15. Soundness Assessment (Oct 2012)

    Core Strategy and Development Management Policies - Soundness Assessment (Oct 2012)

  16. Draft CADG Sustainability Appraisal

    Draft Conservation Area Design Guide Sustainability Appraisal

  17. South Whitehaven Plan SPD Adoption Statement

    South Whitehaven Plan SPD Adoption Statement March 2013

  18. West Cumbria Spatial Master Plan Working Paper 2

    West Cumbria Spatial Master Plan

    Energy, Technology and Nuclear: Working Paper 2

    Final Report (September 2006) - Updated August 2007

  19. Site Allocations and Policies Plan

    The Site Allocations and Policies Plan will demonstrate how the adopted Core Strategy, and crucially the policies which outline the borough’s ambitious targets for growth and development, will be delivered on the ground, as well as identifying areas to be protected from development.  Together with the adopted Core Strategy and Development Management Policies it will provide the basis for determining planning applications.

    The Local Plan should allocate enough land to meet the borough’s predicted needs over the plan period (2013-2028) which is identified in the adopted Core Strategy.  The Site Allocations and Policies Plan will achieve this with a suite of site specific policies followed by the proposed options for land allocations.  Once adopted, they will replace the remaining allocations that have been saved from the Copeland Local Plan 2001-2016.

  20. 17.6 English Heritage response English Heritage response to main modifications dated 24 May 2013.
  21. West Whitehaven SA of Issues and Options Draft

    West Whitehaven Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)

    Sustainability Appraisal of Issues and Options Draft

    November 2012

  22. West Cumbria Retail Study (2009) Appendix 4

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

  23. Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment

    Copeland Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA)

    The Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA) is a key part of the evidence base to support the Core Strategy.

    The Copeland SHLAA serves two primary purposes. These are:

    • To support the Core Strategy by demonstrating how the housing requirement identified in the Core Strategy could be delivered;
    • To provide the starting point for identifying housing sites when the Council produces the Site Allocations DPD.

    It should be noted that the SHLAA is not an allocations document and does not allocate sites.

    Also, the SHLAA does not in any way prejudice decisions to be taken by the Council in relation to the Site Allocations DPD or the determinations of planning applications.

  24. Copeland BC Response to CLG Guidance Copeland BC Response to CLG Renewables Guidance Implications
  25. 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

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