Welcome to the Runnymede Local Plan consultation page.
Runnymede Local Plan 2030
The Runnymede 2030 Local Plan is the key document that will provide the framework to guide future development in the borough. It will set the vision and objectives, and a focused spatial strategy to achieve these. It will include policies for managing development and infrastructure to meet the identified social, environmental, and economic challenges facing the area up to 2030.
The Local Plan will set out what development will be needed and where it should occur as well as identifying key areas that should be protected. The policies in the Local Plan will make clear the approaches to delivering housing, employment, retail, leisure and community uses and activities and infrastructure in the borough as well as to ensure protection of the environment.
The supporting evidence base to the Draft Local Plan can be found on the Evidence Base Documents pages and in hard copy at the Civic Centre in Addlestone.
A second round of consultation on the draft Local Plan has now commenced and will remain open until 11:59pm on Friday 29th June 2018. The purpose of the second round of consultation on the draft Local Plan will be to allow interested parties to comment on the amendments which have been made to the Plan since the last round of public consultation which took place in January and February 2018. The Council would like to hear any views on the amendments that it has made to the draft Local Plan. The consultation will also provide and opportunity for interested parties to comment on additional evidence produced by the Council which underpins the Local Plan.
During this consultation, the Council is seeking views on the amendments that the Council has made to the draft Local Plan since the last round of public consultation which took place in January and February 2018. This consultation also provides an opportunity for interested parties to comment on additional evidence produced by the Council which underpins the Local Plan. Representations made on the draft Local Plan during the public consultation held in January and February 2018 will be sent to the Secretary of State in full when the Local Plan is submitted for consideration on 31st July 2018. As such, if you made a representation during the first round of public consultation on the draft Local Plan and you have no additional comments to make, a further representation does not need to be submitted during this second and more focussed round of public consultation on the draft Local Plan. Representations can be sent via email to email@example.com or by post address to The Planning Policy and Strategy team, Runnymede Borough Council, Civic Centre, Station Road, Addlestone, KT15 2AH. The representation form can be found below:
The draft Runnymede Local Plan and its accompanying policy map (which is in three parts) is available to view below:
The following map is a spatial representation of Table 1 included in Policy SD2 of the draft Local Plan and summarises the proposed residential growth and distribution across the Borough up to 2030.
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