Adopted Proposals Map

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.

What is the Adopted Proposals Map?

The Adopted Proposals Map shows the boundaries of planning policies contained in the adopted development plan that have spatial implications, such as housing, employment and open space allocations, and village development frameworks.

Adopted Proposals Map

The Adopted Proposals Map was published in February 2012. It shows the boundaries of planning policies included in the following adopted plans:

Interactive Adopted Proposals Map

An interactive version of the Adopted Proposals Map is available to view: 
Interactive Adopted Proposals Map


Individual Proposals Map Sheets

In this section you will find PDF versions of each of the maps that make up the Adopted Proposals Map:

Introduction and Schedule of Adopted Plans & Saved Policies


Minerals & Waste Maps

These should be read in conjunction with the District Wide Maps, Major Developments Inset Maps and Village Inset Maps:


District Wide Maps

These should be read in conjunction with the Minerals & Waste Maps:


Major Developments

These should be read in conjunction with the Minerals & Waste Maps:


Villages

These should be read in conjunction with the Minerals & Waste Maps:

 
Appendices

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