Joint Local Plan Preferred Options Consultation

Closes 26 Feb 2024

Contents

You can easily navigate through this survey by viewing the contents page which provides a breakdown of the chapters within the Joint Local Plan Preferred Options document. Each chapter includes questions on the detailed policy options and the chance for you to provide your comments. You can view as many chapters and answer as many qustions within each chapter as you like. If you would prefer to attach your response to this survey, please click on 'If you have attachments, please click here' on the main contents page.

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Chapter 2. About the districts This page has no questions
Chapter 3. Vision and objectives
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Chapter 4. Climate Change and Environmental Quality
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Chapter 5. Spatial strategy and settlements
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Chapter 6. Housing
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Chapter 7. Jobs and tourism
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Chapter 8. Allocations and Garden Villages
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Chapter 9. Town centres and retail
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Chapter 10. Well-designed places for our communities
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Chapter 11. Healthy places
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Chapter 12. Nature recovery, heritage and landscape
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Chapter 13. Infrastructure, transport, connectivity and communications
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Our supporting documents
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Anything else you want to tell us?
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Your experience of this consultation
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Our commitment to equal access for all
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