Runnymede 2030 Local Plan (Emerging)

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RUNNYMEDE 2030 LOCAL PLAN - MAIN MODIFICATIONS CONSULTATION

Consultation on Proposed Main Modifications to the Runnymede 2030 Local Plan runs for 6 weeks from Friday 10th January until 23:59 on Friday 21st February 2020.

At the conclusion of Runnymede 2030 Local Plan Examination Hearings in November 2019, the Local Plan Inspector made it clear that 'Main Modifications' would be required to the Local Plan in order for it to be made 'sound' and move forward to adoption. The Inspector subsequently requested that the Council draft a schedule of Proposed Main Modifications to the Plan which would appear necessary to make the Plan 'sound'. This Schedule of Proposed Main Modifications has now been approved for public consultation by the Council's Planning Committee.

This consultation is only concerned with the Main Modifications which are proposed to be made to the Local Plan. The modifications proposed are put forward without prejudice to the Inspector's final conclusions. No other aspect of the Local Plan is subject to consultation at this time.

A Schedule of Proposed Additional Modifications has also been produced and has been published alongside the consultation material. This schedule sets out additional modifications that have been made to the Submission Local Plan. These modifications are not Main Modifications and are not subject to consultation. These additional modifications have been published for information only. A Sustainability Appraisal, Habitat Regulations Assessment and Equality Impact Assessment on the Proposed Main Modification has also been produced and is published below for information.

View the documents:

- Schedule of Proposed Main ModificationsIcon for pdf Schedule of Proposed Main Modifications [1.59MB]

- Schedule of Proposed Additional ModificationsIcon for pdf Schedule of Additional Modifications [220.23KB]

- Proposed Main Modifications Sustainability AppraisalIcon for pdf Proposed Main Modifications Sustainability Appraisal [672.76KB]

- Proposed Main Modifications Habitat Regulations AssessmentIcon for pdf Proposed Main Modifications Habitat Regulations Assessment [1.09MB]

-Proposed Main Modifications Equality Impact AssessmentIcon for pdf Proposed Main Modifications Equality Impact Assessment [1.38MB]

The consultation material is available to view in the following libraries: Addlestone, Chertsey, Egham, New Haw, Staines upon Thames, Virginia Water, Sunninghill, Bagshot and West Byfleet.

Comment on this consultation:

Anyone that has made a representation to the Draft Local Plan consultations in 2018 does not need to make their representation again unless a new comment on the proposed Main Modifications is being made.

All representations to the Schedule of Proposed Main Modifications made through this consultation will be provided to the Inspector for her consideration before finalising her examination report and any final Main Modifications she considers necessary to ensure a 'sound' Plan. Further hearing sessions will not usually be held, unless the Inspector considers them essential to deal with substantial issues raised in the representations, or to ensure fairness.

All representations made during the course of the consultation must be made in writing. The comments form published below should be completed wherever possible:

- Local Plan Proposed Modifications Consultation Comments FormIcon for pdf Local Plan Proposed Modifications Consultation Comments Form [295.43KB]

Anonymous representations will not be accepted. Any comments that could be construed as derogatory towards any particular individual or group will not be recorded or considered.

Copies of comments received during the course of the consultation will be made available for the public to view on the Council's website. Comments therefore cannot be treated as confidential. Personal details will be redacted prior to publishing. Data will be processed and held in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018. For more information please see the Councils privacy statement.

We would like you to send us your views electronically if possible. Representations should be sent to: planningpolicy@runnymede.gov.uk.

If you are unable to submit your comments electronically please send your written comments to:

The Planning Policy and Economic Development team, Runnymede Borough Council, Civic Centre, Station Road, Addlestone, KT15 2AH to arrive by the close of the consultation period.

If you need help with your representation, please contact the Technical Administration team in the first instance on 01932 425131 or email planningpolicy@runnymede.gov.uk

 

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The Runnymede Local Plan was submitted to the Secretary of State on 31st July. Planning Inspector; Ms Mary Travers BA (Hons) DipTP MRTPI, has been appointed to undertake an independent examination into the soundness of the Runnymede 2030 Local Plan. Further information can be found on the Runnymede 2030 Local Plan Examination page.

 

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25 May 2018. The Planning department has updated its privacy policy and it is available to view here: Privacy statement. In order to help comply with GDPR consent requirements you will be required to subscribe using the Consultation Database sign-up form. Should you wish to unsubscribe from updates at any time, please send an email with your contact details to planningpolicy@runnymede.gov.uk and your details will be removed.

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Welcome to the Runnymede 2030 Local Plan Part Two (Regulation 19) Consultation page.
Welcome to the Runnymede 2030 Local Plan Part One (Regulation 19) Consultation page.
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The Local Development Scheme sets out the Council's timetable for Local Plan preparation.
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