The East Riding Local Plan Update Options Document was the first stage in reviewing the current Local Plan that was adopted in 2016. A series of options and questions were presented in the document, responses to which have helped shape a Draft Local Plan Update (May 2021) alongside updated evidence work and sustainability appraisal.
East Riding Local Plan Review - Options Document (pdf 3.4mb)
East Riding Local Plan Review Sustainability Appraisal - Stage B Interim Report (pdf 3.4mb)
The council also undertook a ‘call for sites’ during the consultation period.
As part of the Local Plan Update, and in line with national planning requirements, the council prepared a draft statement of common ground with Hull City Council. The aim of the draft statement of common ground is to identify relevant cross-boundary planning issues and how these can be addressed through positive planning.
Draft statement of common ground with Hull City Council (pdf 1mb)
The council are required to undertake an assessment to determine if a review of the Local Plan is needed, within five years of adoption.
Given recent changes in the new National Planning Policy Framework and issues identified in the inspector’s report on the Local Plan examination, a review is required at this stage. Further detail is provided in Chapter 2 of the above Options Document.
The consultation period has now closed. We have reviewed the responses and considered the available evidence for the next stage - see Draft Local Plan Update (May 2021) .
A summary of responses to the Options consultation is set out below:Summary of responses to Options document (pdf 801kb)
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Following the consultation on the Options document in late 2018, the council considered the responses and reviewed the evidence to develop a Draft Local Plan Update. The submitted sites have been assessed using a Site Assessment Methodology (SAM). Initial assessments were published to be ‘fact-checked’ by land bidders and Town and Parish Councils.
Further information on the next steps of the Local Plan Update is set out in the Local Development Scheme.
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