Background
Background

Whitehaven

Keywords

Regeneration

  1. Understanding traditional buidlings

    Whitehaven Townscape Heritage Initiative is running a free event on understanding traditionally constructed buildings.

  2. Albion Square

    Albion Square is the name of the development that is being built in Whitehaven, adjacent to the multi-storey car park. It is due for completion in 2014 and will provide office accommodation for up to 900 Sellafield workers.

Planning

  1. South Whitehaven SPD Sustainability Appraisal

    South Whitehaven Supplementary Planning Document

    Sustainability Appraisal of Draft SPD

    October 2012

  2. Whitehaven Conservation Areas Dev. Guide - Site 06

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

    Site 06: Gough's Car Park Strand Street / Malborough Street

    Part of the Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series

  3. Pow Beck Development Brief SPD

    In January 2008, Copeland Borough Council adopted a Pow Beck Valley Development Brief and Sustainability Appraisal Report. The SPD refers to the Pow Beck Valley in Whitehaven. The document has been produced to assist the regeneration of this area. The SPD seeks to inform developers and other interested parties of the constraints and opportunities presented by the Pow Beck Valley area, and indicate the type of development expected by the Council.

  4. West Whitehaven SPD Issues and Options

    West Whitehaven Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)

    Issues and Options Consultation - November 2012

  5. Conservation Areas Development Guide

    Whitehaven Town Centre and High Street Conservation Areas Development Guide April 2009
    Part of the Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series

  6. Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series

    A number of documents have been produced as part of the Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series.

  7. Whitehaven Development Prospectus May 2006

    Whitehaven Town Centre Development Framework May 2006

    'A Sea Change Whitehaven Town Centre'

    Development Prospectus

  8. South Whitehaven Plan SPD Adoption Statement

    South Whitehaven Plan SPD Adoption Statement March 2013

  9. Whitehaven Town Centre and Harbourside SPD

    Copeland Borough Council formally adopted the Whitehaven Town Centre and Harbourside Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) on 6th September 2012.

  10. 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

  11. South Whitehaven Plan SPD Consultation Report

    South Whitehaven Plan SPD Consultation Report

  12. South Whitehaven Supplementary Planning Document

    The South Whitehaven Plan has been prepared by the Planning Policy Team, in partnership with Story Homes and Home Group. 

    It was adopted by Copeland Council as a Supplementary Planning Document in March 2013. 

    View the Adoption Statement - South Whitehaven Plan SPD

  13. 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

  14. South Whitehaven SPD Sustainability Appraisal

    South Whitehaven Plan SPD - Sustainability Appraisal of Draft SPD

  15. West Whitehaven Supplementary Planning Document

    Work has started on the preparation of a new Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for the area of coastal fringe between the Candlestick Chimney in the north and Birkhams Quarry to the south. The SPD will encompass the former chemicals works on the “Marchon / Rhodia” site, Haig Mining Museum and part of the St Bees SSSI along the coastal strip. The Cumbrian Coastal Path runs approximately north / south through the area, linking Whitehaven Harbour to the north west’s only section of Heritage Coast at St Bees Head.

    West Whitehaven has a complex and extensive history of mining, quarrying and industrial activity which has left a legacy of ground contamination, mine shafts and scars in the landscape, as well as a number of buildings and structures of historical and archaeological interest. The area also supports a variety of interesting and nationally significant wildlife. The SPD will set out planning guidelines for West Whitehaven’s future protection and enhancement, and will identify possible areas where carefully designed, small scale development which meets local needs, may be acceptable.

  16. Whitehaven Conservation Areas Dev Guide Site 01

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

    Site 01: Former YMCA Building, Irish Street

    Part of the Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series

  17. South Whitehaven SPD

    South Whitehaven Plan Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) - adopted March 2013

  18. West Whitehaven SPD

    Work has started on the preparation of a new Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for the area of coastal fringe between the Candlestick Chimney in the north and Birkhams Quarry to the south. The SPD will encompass the former chemicals works on the “Marchon / Rhodia” site, Haig Mining Museum and part of the St Bees SSSI along the coastal strip. The Cumbrian Coastal Path runs approximately north / south through the area, linking Whitehaven Harbour to the North West’s only section of Heritage Coast at St Bees Head.      

    West Whitehaven has a complex and extensive history of mining, quarrying and industrial activity which has left a legacy of ground contamination, mine shafts and scars in the landscape, as well as a number of buildings and structures of historical and archaeological interest. The area also supports a variety of interesting and nationally significant wildlife.

    The SPD will set out planning guidelines for West Whitehaven’s future protection and enhancement, and will identify possible areas where carefully designed, small scale development which meets local needs, may be acceptable.      

  19. Whitehaven Town Centre Development Framework

    Whitehaven Town Centre Development Framework May 2006

    'A Sea Change Whitehaven Town Centre'

    Development Framework

     

  20. Whitehaven Conservation Areas Dev. Guide - Site 05

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

    Site 05: Bardywell Lane

    Part of the Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series

  21. Albion Square road change plans

    Cumbria County Council Highways plans for road changes at Albion Square, as at 20 January 2014.

  22. Whitehaven Conservation Areas Dev. Guide - Site 02

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

    Site 02: Albion Street South

    Part of the Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series

  23. Whitehaven Town Centre and Harbourside SPD

    Whitehaven Town Centre and Harbourside Supplementary Planning Document - September 2012

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