Site Allocations 2014
Site Allocations Pre-Submission Consultation 2014
What the consultation was about?
The consultation on the pre-submission version of the Site Allocations in line with Regulation 19 of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2012 took place between 24 September and 5 November 2014.
The Site Allocations follow on from and support the Core Strategy which was adopted in September 2013 and sets out the planning framework for Dacorum for the next 20 years. The Site Allocations Development Plan Document (DPD) is the next part of the framework. Its principal role is to deliver the objectives of the Core Strategy by forming detailed proposals and requirements for sites and areas.
It allocates sites for future development; defines the boundaries of planning designations; and ensures appropriate infrastructure is identified and delivered alongside new development. This includes consultation on the master plans for Green Belt housing sites known as Local Allocations.
The pre-submission document is made up of a Written Statement and a Map Book. The Map Book shows amendments and additions required to the existing Policies Map that accompanies the Dacorum Borough Local Plan.
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Site Allocations Pre-Submission Map Book (PDF 9.19 MB)
Background Issues Papers and Sustainability Appraisal
The Background Issues Papers and Sustainability Appraisal Report that accompany the Site Allocations document were updated in 2015 and can be found on the Site Allocations 2015 web page.
Background Issues Papers and Sustainability Appraisal from 2014 (see Site Allocation 2015 for updated versions)
- Statement of compliance with the duty to co-operate - addendum (Sept 2014) (PDF 629 KB)
- Sustainability Appraisal Report September 2014 (PDF 819 KB)
- Sustainability Appraisal Report September 2014 – Non-Technical Summary (PDF 314 KB)
- Sustainability Appraisal Report September 2014 – Appendix A (PDF 1.58 MB)
- Schedule of Site Appraisals September 2014 (PDF 530 KB)
- Site Allocations Consultation Report Volume 3 September 2014 (PDF 2.00 MB)
- Background Issues Paper Sustainable Development Strategy (PDF 19.5 MB)
- Background Issues Paper Economic Prosperity (PDF 7.05 MB)
- Background Issues Paper Providing Homes and Community Services (PDF 4.33 MB)
- Background Issues Paper Providing Homes and Community Services Technical Appendix (PDF 1.04 MB)
- Background Issues Paper Looking after Environment (PDF 1.30 MB)
- Background Issues Paper Looking after the Environment - Appendices (PDF 8.95MB)
Responses to the 2014 consultation
You can view all the comments we received on this consultation via our online consultation portal.
The Report of Representations below summarises the issues raised through the 2014 consultation and our response to this. Table 3 in Annex B of this report summarises the issues raised and Table 4 sets out a full schedule of the changes proposed as a result of these responses.Report of Representations Part One 2015 (PDF 8.18 MB)
Report of Representations Part Two 2015 (PDF 13.12MB)
How do I find out more?
Copies of the Site Allocations document, Local Allocation master plans, and associated documents can be purchased from our offices during normal opening hours, or downloaded free of charge from the website.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01442 228000.
Associated Local Allocations Master Plans
Draft master plans were also prepared for each of the Local Allocations. The Local Allocations will play a key role in providing new homes, together with other supporting uses and facilities. For more information, go to the Local Allocations page.
Previous consultation on the Site Allocations document took place in 2006 and 2008, which was used as part of the evidence base for the current plan. The Pre-Submission Site Allocations is accompanied by a Sustainability Appraisal Report and a Report of Consultation (in three volumes) available on our Site Allocations page.