Latest News - January 2022
On 19 January 2022 the Inspectors’ issued their report on the Examination of the Hambleton Local Plan. The report concluded that with the recommended modifications set out in the accompanying Appendix the Plan satisfies the requirements of Section 20(5) of the 2004 Act and meets the criteria for soundness in the Framework. The plan is therefore capable of being adopted.
Following the Local Plan Hearing Sessions in November 2020, the Planning Inspectors identified various amendments that they consider necessary to ensure the Plan is 'sound'. These are known as 'Main Modifications'. The Council prepared a schedule setting out the proposed main modifications to the local plan and policies map, which are necessary to make the plan sound. These modifications were consulted on between 28 September – Tuesday 9 November 2021. The consultation has now closed. All representations received in relation to this consultation can be found here.
For information about the previous stages of preparation for the Local Plan see:
How to get involved in the next stage of the Local Plan
You can register if you would like to be kept informed on the progress of the new Local Plan and the preparation of other planning policy for Hambleton.
When registering, you will be asked to provide an email address, please also provide a postal address as this is required for formal stages of producing planning policy.
For more information
If you have any questions please contact the Planning Policy Team on 01609 779977 or email [email protected]
Local Plan Privacy Notice
This page explains how the information we collect about you in the local plan examination process is used and your rights in relation to that information.
Hambleton Councils corporate Privacy notice sets out what to expect when Hambleton Council collects personal information and your rights in relation to that information.
Any Representations received in relation to the Local Plan will be sent to the Planning Inspector. The Planning Inspectorate privacy notice provides advice about how the Planning Inspectorate will process any personal information. It is very important that you read and consider these notices carefully because they explain how your personal information will be used and stored.