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Together the South Cambridgeshire Local Plan (September 2018) and Adopted Policies Map (September 2018) replace the Core Strategy DPD (January 2007), Development Control Policies DPD (July 2007), Site Specific Policies DPD (January 2010), Local Plan 2004 'Saved' Policy CNF6, and Adopted Proposals Map (February 2012).
The Council’s website will be fully updated over the coming days to reflect these changes.
The South Cambridgeshire Local Development Framework (LDF) sets out the planning policies that provide a framework to guide new development in the district. It aims to deliver the required homes, jobs, community facilities and transport infrastructure for the district, while protecting and enhancing the environment and character of the area.
It consists of a set of documents:
We have also produced Foodstore Provision in North West Cambridge Informal Planning Policy Guidance (adopted March 2011) which is a material consideration in determining planning applications. Although not formally part of the LDF, this guidance document sets out a strategy for the provision of foodstores in north west Cambridge along with development principles that should be followed by developers.
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