Local Plan 2001 (superseded by Runnymede 2030 Local Plan)

PLEASE NOTE: The Runnymede 2030 Local Plan was adopted by the Council on 16th July 2020. The Runnymede 2030 Local Plan supersedes all of the policies within the Runnymede Borough Council Local Plan 2001 (second alteration). The 2001 Local Plan is shown below for information only. The Runnymede 2030 Local Plan can be viewed here.

Icon for pdf Runnymede Local Plan 2001 [1.38MB]

Icon for pdf Runnymede Local Plan 2007 Saved Policies [1.65MB]

Icon for pdf Runnymede Local Plan 2007 Update [1.36MB]

Local Plan 2001 Appendices

Icon for pdf Local Plan 2001 Appendices Contents Page [49.76KB]

Icon for pdf Local Plan 2001 Appendix A Surrey Structure Plan 1994 [1.36MB]

Icon for pdf Local Plan 2001 Appendix B Parking Standards [1.06MB]

Icon for pdf Local Plan 2001 Appendix C Site of Special Scientific Interest [83.92KB]

Icon for pdf Local Plan 2001 Appendix D Ancient Woodlands [209.44KB]

Icon for pdf Local Plan 2001 Appendix E Minerals Sites After Use [253.28KB]

Icon for pdf Local Plan 2001 Appendix F Aircraft Noise Location Map [229.03KB]

Icon for pdf Local Plan 2001 Appendix G Guidelines for Shopfronts and Signs [755.1KB]

Icon for pdf Local Plan 2001 Appendix H Guidelines for Satellite Dishes [272.86KB]

Icon for pdf Local Plan 2001 Appendix I Shop Security [268.44KB]

Icon for pdf Local Plan 2001 Appendix J Egham and Chertsey Conservation Area [740.35KB]

Icon for pdf Local Plan 2001 Appendix K Historic Parks and Gardens [257.95KB]

Icon for pdf Local Plan 2001 Appendix L Ancient Monuments and Sites of Archaeological Interest [257.67KB]

Local Plan policies and other information for Runnymede can be viewed on  Maps

The Council has adopted a number of Supplementary Planning Guidance Documents and other useful guidance on submitting better quality applications. These can be seen in the Policy documents and guidance  page.

The saved policies in the Runnymede Local Plan, alongside policy NRM6 of the South East Plan (which is concerned with development near the Thames Basin Heaths Special Protection Area), and the policies in the Plan produced by Surrey County Council (which relate to waste and minerals) form the development plan for Runnymede.

The council produces documents as evidence to support current and emerging policy. Guidance notes are also available to provide additional detail on key issues.