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Strategy Document preparation

The Strategy Document has been subject to wide-spread consultation and has been prepared in various stages. This page includes the various consultation documents, responses and associated documents used to prepare the Strategy Document. 

How has the Strategy Document been prepared?

The Strategy Document was prepared following extensive public consultation and a review of the available evidence. There have been a number of drafts prepared at different stages of the document's preparation, including:

  • Issues and Options (2008)
  • Preferred Approach (2010)
  • Further Consultation (2011)
  • Draft Strategy (2013)
  • Proposed Major Changes (2013)
  • Proposed Submission Strategy Document (2014).

Copies of each consultation document are available to view below, together with the relevant sustainability appraisals, habitats regulations assessment, consultation and officer responses, and other supporting information.

Information, studies and research used to inform the preparation of the document are available on the evidence base page. 

Can I view the Proposed Submission Strategy Document?

Yes. The Proposed Submission Strategy Document is available to view and download below.

Proposed Submission Strategy Document - January 2014 (pdf 11.3mb opens in new window)

The Proposed Submission Strategy Document should be read alongside the Proposed Submission Allocations Document and Policies Map

A number of documents were prepared alongside the Proposed Submission Strategy Document. These are set out below. 

Sustainability appraisal

 A Sustainability Appraisal (SA) Report and Appendices to accompany the Proposed Submission Strategy Document is also available to view.  

Proposed Submission Strategy Document Sustainability Appraisal - Main Report (pdf 5.9mb opens in new window)

Proposed Submission Strategy Document Sustainability Appraisal - Appendices (pdf 8.5mb opens in new window)

Habitats Regulation Assessment

A Stage 1 (Screening) Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) was also prepared alongside the Proposed Submission Strategy Document, together with a Stage 2 (Appropriate Assessment) and are available to view below:

Proposed Submission Strategy Document - Habitats Regulations Assessment (Stage 1) (pdf 1mb opens in new window)

Proposed Submission Strategy Document - Habitats Regulations Assessment (Stage 2) (pdf 1mb opens in new window)

Duty to Cooperate

We produced a report providing the context against which the East Riding Local Plan (Strategy Document and Allocations Document) has been prepared in relation to satisfying the requirements of the Duty to Cooperate. The duty requires local planning authorities to: 

  • engage constructively, actively and on an ongoing basis 
  • and have regard to the activities of other bodies.

Duty to cooperate background paper (pdf 4.2mb opens in new window) 

Consultation Statement

A Consultation Statement was prepared to explain, in chronological order, the consultation process undertaken in the preparation of the Strategy Document and Allocations Document up to the Proposed Submission stage. The Statement demonstrates that the scope of consultation and the range of techniques which have been employed exceed that required in the Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) and accord with the requirements of the Regulations. 

Local Plan Consultation Statement (pdf 20.7mb opens in new window)

Health Impact Assessment

A Health Impact Assessment (HIA) of the Proposed Submission Strategy Document was also undertaken and is available to view below:

Health Impact Assessment - Proposed Submission Strategy Document (pdf 422kb opens in new window)

Consultation responses

A number of responses were received to the Proposed Submission Strategy Document and the accompanying Sustainability Appraisal. These can be seen on the examination in public page.

Modifications

Following the submission of the Proposed Submission Strategy Document to the Secretary of State on 29 April 2014, a number of proposed modifications were identified and subject to public consultation. These are set out on our 'Examination in Public' page under the question 'What changes are proposed for the East Riding Local Plan?

Can I view the Proposed Major Changes document?

Yes. Please see the Proposed Major Changes page for more details. 

Can I view the Draft Strategy Document?

Yes. The Draft Strategy Document is available to view and download below:

Draft Strategy Document (pdf 7mb opens in new window)

A number of documents were prepared alongside the Draft Strategy Document. These are set out below. 

Sustainability Appraisal

A Sustainability Appraisal (SA) Report and Appendices to accompany the Draft Strategy Document is available to view: 
Sustainability Appraisal Report - Draft Strategy Document  (pdf 6mb opens in new window)

Sustainability Appraisal Appendices - Draft Strategy Document (pdf 6mb opens in new window)

Habitats Regulation Assessment

A Stage 1 (Screening) Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) was also prepared alongside the Draft Strategy Document and is available to view below:

Habitats Regulations Assessment: Stage 1 Screening - Draft Strategy Document (pdf 900kb opens in new window)

Health Impact Assessment

A Health Impact Assessment (HIA) of the Draft Strategy Document was also  undertaken and is available to view below:

Draft Strategy Document HIA (Final) (pdf 416kb opens in new window) 

Summary and Background documents

We prepared a Summary Document which provided an overview of the proposals set out in the Draft Strategy Document as well as in the Draft Allocations Document and Draft Policies Map:

East Riding Local Plan Consultation 2013 - Summary Document (pdf 843Kb opens in new window)

A housing background paper was also prepared alongside the Draft Strategy Document to explain some of the changes to the approach to housing from the previous consultation: 

Housing provision background paper - Draft Strategy Document (pdf 212kb opens in new window) 

Consultation responses

The document below provides a summary of the comments made to the Draft Strategy together with responses from officers. The document also includes those comments made to the Proposed Major Changes consultation regarding the Strategy Document part of the Local Plan. 

Officer comments to the Draft Strategy Document (pdf 1.9mb opens in new window)

Can I view the Preferred Approach Core Strategy?

Yes. The Preferred Approach Core Strategy was the second consultation stage in the preparation of a Core Strategy and sets out a preferred planning policy framework. It is available to view and download below:

Preferred Approach Core Strategy download version (pdf 2mb opens in new window)

A number of documents were prepared alongside the Preferred Approach Core Strategy. 

Sustainability Appraisal

 A Sustainability Appraisal (SA) Report and Appendices to accompany the Preferred Approach Core Strategy is also available to view.  

Preferred Approach Sustainability Appraisal Report (pdf 3mb opens in new window)

Preferred Approach Sustainability Appraisal Appendices (pdf 2mb opens in new window)

Habitats Regulations Assessment Screening Report (pdf 417kb opens in new window)

We also prepared a summary document which drew out the key points from the Preferred Approach Core Strategy. This also provided a brief summary of the Allocations - Potential Sites DPD which was also out for consultation at the same time.

Summary of consultation documents (2010) (pdf 262kb opens in new window) 

Consultation Responses

The following documents set out the responses we received to the Preferred Approach document. Each response is provided with an officer comment:

Officer comments to Preferred Approach consultation - General comments and Appendices (pdf 261kb opens new window)

Officer comments to Preferred Approach consultation - Chapters 1 to 3 (pdf 937kb opens new window)

Officer comments to Preferred Approach consultation - Chapters 4-6 (pdf 3mb opens new window)

Officer comments to Preferred Approach consultation - Chapters 7-10 (pdf 1mb opens new window)

Officer comments to Preferred Approach consultation - Chapter 11 (pdf 124kb opens new window)

Can I view the Issues and Options document?

Yes. You can view and download the Issues and Options consultation document below. This was the first stage in the preparation of the Core Strategy and set out the main issues, problems and challenges facing the East Riding and considered a variety of possible options to help address these.

Core Strategy – Issues and Options – Download version (pdf 6mb opens in new window)

Sustainability appraisal

 A Sustainability Appraisal (SA) Report to accompany the Issues and Options Document is also available to view.

Issues and Options Sustainability Appraisal (pdf 234kb opens in new window)

Consultation Responses

The following document sets out the responses we received to the Issues and Options document. Each response is provided with an officer comment:

Issues and Options Responses (pdf 3mb opens in new window)

Last Updated: Wednesday, 10 May 2017