Proposed Submission Policies Map (July 2013)

LATEST NEWS: 27 September 2018

On 27 September 2018, the South Cambridgeshire Local Plan was adopted and the Adopted Policies Map was agreed for publication.

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.

On 28 March 2014, the Local Plan and its supporting documents were submitted for independent examination to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government via the Planning Inspectorate. The supporting documents include the Proposed Submission Policies Map (July 2013).

We are proposing some major modifications and minor changes to the Proposed Submission Local Plan that have implications for the Policies Map. The Schedules of Proposed Major Modifications and Proposed Minor Changes outline the proposed changes to the Policies Map and include updated maps. 

Information on what happens next is set out on the Local Plan webpage.

What is the Proposed Submission Policies Map?

The Proposed Submission Policies Map has been prepared to illustrate geographically the application of the policies within the Proposed Submission Local Plan.  It shows how the existing Adopted Proposals Map would be amended by the Local Plan if it were to be adopted. It also shows policy areas included in the Minerals & Waste Local Development Framework produced by Cambridgeshire County Council and Peterborough City Council, as this forms part of the development plan for South Cambridgeshire. 

The Proposed Submission Policies Map comprises a district-wide Policies Map together with Inset Maps for each of the major development sites and the villages.

An interactive version of the Proposed Submission Policies Map is available to view: Interactive Policies Map.

District Wide Maps

Major Developments

Villages

Appendices

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