UPDATE: Restrictions on emails have been lifted

We now have sufficient confidence our systems and servers have not been affected by the recent cyber attack on our ICT provider, Sopra Steria, that we have lifted the block on external emails.

As you would expect, there are a large number of emails that have been quarantine but work is well under way to release them and should be completed by the end of tomorrow (Friday).

Thank you for your patience and support whilst we have worked to safely resolve the situation.    

 

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Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire


Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire (2018 - 2032)

The County Council adopted the Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire (2018 – 2032) on the 20th March 2020. It replaces in full the previously adopted Gloucestershire Minerals Local Plan (1997 – 2006).

The following documents have been made available to meet the requirements of Local Planning Regulations:

Electronic access and hard copies of these documents are normally available at various locations throughout Gloucestershire. However, some restrictions applying at present in light of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. Please check local information before making arrangements to visit. Information about the normal places and times you can access documents can be found here at adoption inspection locations.

All site allocations for future mineral working, safeguarded mineral resource and infrastructure areas and other spatially-represented local plan policies can be found on the Policies (Proposals) Map.

The Inspector’s Report for the Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire (2018 – 2032) Examination was published in January 2020. It can be found here:- Inspectors Report for Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire (2018 – 2032)

 

The examination for the Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire (2018 – 2032) took place during 2019. All documents related to the examination can be accessed via the following links:

 

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Planning Aid England (PAE) provides free, independent, professional planning advice and support to help individuals and communities engage with the planning system.  This includes online guidance and a limited amount of free email advice which can be accessed via an online enquiry form.  In some circumstances PAE may be able to offer additional bespoke support.  To find out more visit https://www.rtpi.org.uk/planning-aid/. There is also free advice available at: www.planningaid.co.uk

 

 

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