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Local Plan Review

The North West Leicestershire Local Plan was adopted on 21 November 2017. It sets out a strategy for delivering the homes, jobs and infrastructure needed in the district between 2011 and 2031.

Policy S1 of the plan says that the Council will start a review within 3 months of adoption.  We are therefore now seeking views on what the review should cover.  

You can have your say by filling in an online form or viewing a pdf version of the consultation leaflet - Local Plan Partial Review - Issues Consultation (PDF Document, 0.27 Mb).  The consultation closes at the end of Wednesday 4 April 2018.  

Proposed Supplementary Planning Documents

Policy IF1 of the adopted Local Plan (Development and Infrastructure) and policy IF4 (Transport Infrastructure and new development) identify that, amongst other matters, the council will seek the provision of new cycleways as part of new developments. Cycling strategies have been prepared for both Coalville and Ashby de la Zouch. These identify a number of potential routes across and through both areas together with the measures required to implement them. It is proposed that these strategies be adopted as Supplementary Planning Documents which will then be used to inform the provision of cycleways as part of new developments.

NWL Cycling Strategy Part 1 - Coalville (PDF Document, 1.53 Mb)

NWL Cycling Strategy Part 2 - Ashby de la Zouch (PDF Document, 0.77 Mb)

Do you agree these strategies should be Supplementary Planning Documents? You can have your say by filling in an online form. The consultation also closes at the end of Wednesday 4 April 2018.  

Local Plan Consultation Database

Please note: If you wish to be kept informed of progress on the Local Plan Review but do not have any comments to make at this stage, you can add your details to our Local Plan consultation database and we can then email you details of future consultations.

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