A number of sustainability appraisals have been prepared for the East Riding Local Plan. Please view the individual Development Plan Document (DPD) pages for details: Strategy Document, Allocations Document, Bridlington AAP, Joint Waste Plan, Joint Minerals Plan. An SA was also prepared for the Issues and Options (2005) paper and the Smaller Settlements DPD which are no longer being progressed.
Consultation on the East Riding Local Plan Draft Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report
Consultation is taking place on the East Riding Local Plan SA Scoping Report between Monday 11th December 2017 and Monday 5th February 2018. The consultation document includes:
- A review of relevant plans, programmes and policies;
- Baseline information about the East Riding;
- Identification of key issues and problems that can be affected by planning policies; and
- A draft sustainability appraisal framework, including:
- SA objectives;
- SA indicators; and
- Options/policy assessment matrixes.
The Council prepared its first Local Plan SA Scoping reports between 2006 and 2010. Separate reports were prepared for each Local Plan Document i.e. the Strategy Document, the Allocations Document and the Bridlington Town Centre Area Action Plan. The draft scoping report updates these documents and creates a single set of SA objectives for the whole East Riding Local Plan. Once published the new SA scoping report will be used to carry out SA of, and inform all future reviews of the East Riding Local Plan, except the joint minerals and waste plans.
The consultation document is available to download here:
East Riding Local Plan Draft Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report (2017)(pdf 4.6mb opens in new window)
View a hard copy at County Hall, Cross Street, Beverley, HU17 9BA
Purchase a copy by telephoning the council on 01482 391751.
To respond to the consultation, you can send an email, write to us or complete a response form and send it to:
Post: East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Forward Planning, Room AS67, County Hall, Beverley. HU17 9BA
Our preferred method of contact is email.
Consultation Response Form (pdf 78kb opens in new window)