The Potential Sites consultation was the first step in preparing an Allocations Document. It presented development site options for you to consider and was presented in two parts.
Part 1 provided the explanation text, outlining the process for preparing the Allocations Document, drawing out how much land we require for different uses, and what factors we need to consider when allocating particular sites. It also included a ‘schedule of sites’ by settlement – these were tables which provide a range of information about individual sites to help you consider which are the most suitable for allocating.
Part 2 comprises a set of maps outlining the location of potential sites referred to in the ‘schedule of sites’ in Part 1. These potential sites are spread across various locations in the East Riding – primarily focused in and around the settlements identified the Preferred Approach Core Strategy.
Part 1 - Explanatory text and site schedules
Part 1 – Explanatory text (pdf 4mb opens in new window)
See the table below for individual site schedules by settlement.
Part 2 - Maps
For the Potential Sites consultation, we set out a range of sites to consider. Only a proportion of these will be needed over the next 15-20 years. The purpose of this stage was to seek people’s views and gather more information.