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TRP2 Harborough District Local Plan Preliminary Traffic Impact Assessment, Nov (PDF, MB) TRP3 Harborough District Potential Development Options Strategic Transport Assessment, (PDF, MB) TRP4 Land East of Hamilton Lane Scraptoft Initial Author: David West. The report concludes that the Harborough Local Plan provides an appropriate basis for the planning of the District. On Thursday 25 April , the Inspector's Report and the final version Author: Jo White. Harborough District Council download - Harborough District Local Plan | Planning | Planning strategy. Close X. Minute silence for International Workers' Memorial Day 28 April At 11 am on Tuesday 28 April we will be observing a 1-minute silence for International Workers' Memorial Day.
Harborough District Local Plan Written by on 17th July Harborough District Council says it’s taken a “major step forward” in helping to make sure the right development happens in the right place. The Harborough District’s new Local Plan was adopted at a Council meeting last night. It details where new homes, business units and amenities will go between now and Land for just under 4, new homes are identified in it, in addition to those which have already received planning permission,. Harborough District Council Infrastructure Delivery Plan J:\ - HDC IDP Final Report August docx 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1. Peter Brett Associates (PBA) LLP was commissioned by Harborough District Council to prepare this Infrastructure Delivery Plan (IDP) as an evidence base to support the new HarboroughFile Size: 5MB. Since Harborough District Council has adopted a series of guidance notes as Supplementary Planning Guidance to the Harborough District Local Plan. In order to ensure that the guidance notes remain relevant and up-to-date they were reviewed and approved by the Executive on 3rd July for consultation purposes.
Harborough Local Plan This document is the Proposed Submission Local Plan, sometimes referred to as the pre-submission draft. It is the version of the Local Plan that the Council proposes to submit for Examination. You can view the PDF version of this online document by clicking here. Some of the sites allocated are new undeveloped sites, whilst others are partially developed and were allocations in the previously adopted Harborough District Local Plan The site areas stated in Policy BE1 relate to the land area that remains available for development. The Harborough District’s new Local Plan was adopted at a Council meeting last night. It details where new homes, business units and amenities will go between now and Land for just under 4, new homes are identified in it, in addition to those which have already received planning permi. The new Local Plan will set out a strategy to meet Harborough's objectively assessed housing needs to It will do so whilst ensuring sustainable economic development is supported, infrastructure is delivered, local communities are protected, environmental capacity is respected and the quality of the built environment and heritage assets.