Listed below and within the welcome pages of our Consultation Portal are all of our "open" consultation events for Planning Policy. Not all Consultations will appear on our Portal.
Consultations can take the form of documents, questionnaires/surveys or forums on a given topic. You can search the entire Consultation Portal using the 'Search' box. You can also search for Comments, Consultees and Agents by clicking on 'Who Said What?'
If you have not previously registered and would like to be kept informed of future consultations, please complete the Consultee Database Form. Please provide:
- your contact details
- which company or organisation you represent (if applicable), or let us know if you are a member of the public; and
- which planning policy documents you are interested in and wish to be consulted on (the Local Plan, Statement of Community Involvement, Community Infrastructure Levy, or all of these
Extended Consultation on Main Modifications MM18, MM119 and MM148 to the Local Plan
Following completion of the consultation on the main modifications to the Local Plan the Council is running an additional six week consultation on Main Modifications MM18, MM119 and MM148 ONLY.
Representations (comments) are invited via the consultation portal (see the link above) on the proposed Modifications MM18, MM1119 and MM148 from Wednesday 3rd April 2019 to 5pm Wednesday 15th May 2019.
This extension is necessary as a formatting error resulted in MM18, MM119 and MM148 displaying incorrectly on the consultation portal during the original consultation period. Comments will only be accepted on MM18, MM119 and MM148.
MM18: Policy HOU 05 - Small Villages and Hamlets Outside of Settlement Boundaries
MM119: Supporting Text ENV 03: Title and paragraph 5.19 to 5.26
MM148: Supporting Text Paragraph 7.18
In commenting on these modification you are asked to make representations on whether the plan is (a) legally compliant and (b) sound.
Before making a representation we would advise that you read the following documents which provides advice/guidance on responding to this consultation. This is available here
Hard copies of the documents can also be viewed at public libraries and offices in the district. For details of where you can view them, click here
PLEASE NOTE: There is no need to resubmit comments already made, they will still be taken into account.
Consultation on the Main Modifications to the Local Plan - NOW CLOSED
Following the completion of the Examination Hearing Sessions, a schedule of Main Modifications to the Local Plan was published for consultation. The Inspector considers these changes necessary in order for the Local Plan to be found 'sound'.
The consultation was live from Monday 18th February to 5pm Monday 1st April 2019.
Emerging Local Plan - NOW CLOSED
The Pre-submission Publication was live from 21st August to 2nd October 2017.
Please click the link for more information on theEmerging Local Plan.
HELAA Methodology Consultation - NOW CLOSED
Housing and Economic Land Availability Assessments (HELAAs) are key evidence documents which support the preparation of Local Plans. Their purpose is to establish how much suitable development land there is in an area and to test if this land could be developed. They help local planning authorities to understand the level of growth they can plan for and the areas where growth can be accommodated. These assessments are not policy documents and they do not determine if land should be allocated for development or if planning permission should be granted.
As part of the Duty to Co-operate it is proposed to use a consistent methodology for producing HELAAs across all of the planning authorities in Norfolk. As such The Norfolk HELAA methodology will apply to the following authorities:
- Breckland Council
- Broadland District Council
- Broads Authority
- Great Yarmouth Borough Council
- Borough Council of King's Lynn and West Norfolk
- North Norfolk District Council
- Norwich City Council
- South Norfolk Council
The Authorities are jointly consulting on the approach they intend to take to the preparation of their own HELAAs. The proposed methodology is considered to have been prepared in accordance with national guidance but proposes that HELAAs would use an alternative size threshold for sites in rural locations and would seek to capture all potentially suitable sites within the Broads Authority area, where development potential is significantly constrained.
North Norfolk District Council is hosting the consultation on behalf of all the Norfolk authorities and will be responsible for collating all responses. The consultation runs from Monday 21 March 2016 until Tuesday 3 May 2016.
To view and comment on the proposed HELAA methodology document and the response form please visit:
Last updated: 05/04/2019 12:38:10