Following an extensive public consultation, Lichfield District Council has submitted its revised Local Plan Allocations document to the Secretary of State.
Following a consultation in the spring of 2017 and new evidence, Lichfield District Council made a number of changes to its draft Lichfield District Local Plan Allocations, which then led to the consultation on the Focused Changes document.
This is the second part of the district’s Local Plan and covers issues from housing and employment land allocations through to reviewing the planning policies used to determine planning applications.
On 31 May the council submitted the Local Plan Allocations document to the Secretary of State so that it can be examined by an independent planning inspector.
Councillor Ian Pritchard, Cabinet Member for Economic Growth, Environment & Development Services, said:
“We’re confident that our Local Plan Allocations document reflects local views and allows for growth across the district in a measured and sympathetic way.”
To read the Local Plan Allocations document, visit www.lichfielddc.gov.uk/allocations.
Posted on Wednesday 6th June 2018