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East Dorset Local Development Scheme 20131 Introduction1.1 This is the sixth version of the Local Development Scheme, the first having been submitted to the Secretary of State in March 2005. Local DevelopmentScheme No.6 revises the programme for the production of the Development Plan Documents which will form the Local Plan. The name 'Local Plan' hasrecently replaced 'Local Development Framework'.1.2 This document explains how planning policy and development proposals in East Dorset will be prepared over the next three years. To fully understandthe way that this will happen requires some knowledge of planning jargon and acronyms. To help the reader we have produced a list of these at the endof this document.1.3 The East Dorset Local Development Scheme sets out the Development Plan Documents that will form the new East Dorset Local Plan. The principalpurposes of the Local Development Scheme are:To provide a programme for the preparation of the Local Plan over a three year period. A list of the documents that form the Local Plan, containedwithin a timetable of their production, is shown in Appendix A.The Local Development Scheme provides the local community, and those interested in planning in East Dorset, with a starting point as to what policiesapply and when the various stages of the Local Plan will be carried out.2 Major changes from previous Local Development Schemes2.1 This version of the Local Development Scheme introduces a series of changes resulting from:Increased scope and detail in the Core Strategy.Revised timetables for a number of joint Development Plan Documents being prepared with other Councils.Changes to timetables.2.2 The revised Local Development Scheme focuses on the completion and adoption of the Core Strategy and the schedule for the Community InfrastructureLevy. It also includes the preparation of a Site Specific Allocations Development Plan Document. All of the documents will be produced in partnershipwith Christchurch Borough Council.2.3 Additionally Development Plan Documents will be prepared jointly with other Dorset authorities for Heathland Mitigation and Gypsy and Traveller siteallocations.2East Dorset District Council East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013


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East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013“Soundness”6.8 The Planning Act 2004, as amended by the 2008 Act, requires that the Local Plan is sound in terms of process and content. The criteria for what is“sound” are:The Plan should be justified.The strategy should be effective.It should be consistent with National Policy.The Evidence Base6.9 The Council has a sound evidence base which is being regularly added to and updated. The following provides a breakdown of existing informationand a programme of future work:InformationEast Dorset Community PlanHousing Needs and Market AssessmentAnnual Housing Completions SurveyStrategic Housing Land Availability AssessmentAnnual employment land surveyEmploymentLand ReviewStudy of the Economic Prospects of Dorset andNeighbouring Towns, May 2003 (Roger Tym &Partners)Cranborne Chase AONB Strategy and Action Plan2009 – 2014Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan 2002RelevanceTo inform all strategies, policies and proposals.To inform housing policies and proposals.To inform housing policies and proposals.To inform housing policies and proposals.To inform economic policies and proposals.To inform economic policies and proposals.To inform economic policies and proposals.To inform the policies and proposals within the AONB.To inform all policies that influence biodiversity.Proposed WorkOngoingSurvey updated n 2011.OngoingReviewed in 2011. To bereviewed annually.OngoingStages 1 and 2 completed.OngoingEast Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013 East Dorset District Council9


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013InformationLocal Transport PlanStrategic Flood Risk AssessmentTown Centre Retail StudyOpen Space and Recreation Survey (PlanningPolicy Guidance Note 17)East Dorset Master Plan StudiesTable 6.1Monitor and ReviewRelevanceTo inform transport policies and proposals. Additionally, willinfluence the location of uses to maximise accessibility.To guide the location of development to avoid land subject toflooding.To inform policies as to how to maintain and improve the vitalityand viability of the town centres.To inform the Council on the quality and quantity of open spaceand recreation, identifying needs and making appropriateprovision.To identify and plan new neighbourhoods associated with themajor settlementsProposed WorkLTP3 adopted 2011.Level 1 completed.Completed 2008 and updated2012Completed 2007.Completed 20126.10 The Local Development Scheme programme sets out a realistic timetable, taking into account available resources and the need to follow theappropriate processes. The Local Development Scheme will be monitored and reviewed to take account of emerging national policy as well as otherrelevant strategies.7 Strategic Environmental Assessment / Sustainability AppraisalPurpose7.1 European Directive 2001/42/EC requires that a Strategic Environmental Assessment be prepared for any land use and spatial plan, programme andmodification to them. Consequently, Strategic Environmental Assessment will be required for many of the documents set out within the Local DevelopmentScheme. The Local Plan system requires that all Development Plan Documents should be subject to Sustainability Appraisal. This has a wider scopethan the Strategic Environmental Assessment and both will be integrated into the production of the Development Plan Documents.7.2 A Sustainability Appraisal/Strategic Environmental Assessment Scoping Report has been approved for consultation with stakeholders.10East Dorset District Council East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 20138 Meeting the Priorities of East Dorset8.1 The planning system provides the opportunity to prioritise the production of planning policy and proposals to meet the needs of the community. Todo this it is necessary to identify the key needs and programme how these will be dealt with in the preparation of the Local Plan.8.2 The Local Development Scheme timetable has been prepared to try and best meet the needs of the community by prioritising documents, so that aclear strategy and essential proposals and developments are provided as soon as possible. The priorities shown in the timetable (Appendix A) have beenestablished for the following reasons:Priority 1 Core Strategy (Joint with Christchurch Borough Council)8.3 The Core Strategy will provide the general framework for development within the District and Christchurch. All other Development Plan Documentsshould be in conformity with the Core Strategy. Those produced in advance of the Core Strategy may need subsequent revision if they are not in generalconformity.Priority 2 Housing Supplementary Planning Document8.4 This will support the housing policies in the Core Strategy, setting out how they will be implemented.Priority 3 Heathland Mitigation Joint Development Plan Document8.5 This document is required to set clear policies on how suitable mitigation can be provided to overcome the harm caused to the protected heaths byhuman activity, resulting from increases in house building.Priority 4 Dorset-Wide Gypsy, Traveller and Travelling Showpeople Site Allocations Joint Development Plan Document8.6 This document aims to meet the identified needs of the travelling community within the context of the sensitive environment of the District.Priority 5 Site Specific Allocations and Development Management Policies Development Plan Document8.7 This document will identify specific allocations, for a wide range of land uses, including for example, community, social and transport schemes. It willalso set out some development management policies that have been considered too detailed for the Core Strategy.Priority 6 Water Environment Supplementary Planning Document8.8 This will support the flood risk and management policies in the Core Strategy.East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013 East Dorset District Council11


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 20139 Resources9.1 The production of the Local Plan will be undertaken primarily by the Policy Planning Section of the Council in partnership with the team in Christchurch.Service Review is due to create one service for both Councils by June 2013. The partnership provides scope for specialisation and economies of scale.Additionally, other resources will be used within the Christchurch and East Dorset Partnership to deal with specialist areas of work. Members of staff fromDorset County Council will also be used to deal with transport issues.9.2 In order to maximise the efficiency and effectiveness of available resources it is important that the production of the Local Plan is carefully projectmanaged. A key element of this is to keep the production of documents to the minimum and to co-ordinate public consultation exercises.9.3 It is likely that specialist and independent work will be required at different stages of the process. In such cases the Council will seek to engagespecialists such as nature conservation and professional consultants.10 Managing the Process10.1 Officers will make reports to the Communities Committee of the Council to agree Local Development Documents. Where this involves policy decisions,the Committee will make recommendations to the Full Council, who will have the final say on what is agreed and published. The Councils approved theOptions stage of the Core Strategy using a “simultaneous” meeting of both Councils held at a single venue to enable joint briefing and debate. This systemproved very successful and may be repeated for other documents.11 Risk Analysis11.1 The main areas of risk in the preparation of the Local Plan are considered as follows:S = Severity, L = Likelihood, R = Rate Risk Level: Low Medium High1 – 4 Low 5 – 9 Medium 10+ HighRiskBeforeControl MeasuresAfterCommentsSLRSLRCouncil Resources3412Ensure Councillors understandstatutory requirements.Make sure budgets are agreed andin place.414Budget cuts are likely but reorganisation of resources within theChristchurch and East Dorset Partnership will provide resilience.12East Dorset District Council East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013RiskBeforeControl MeasuresAfterCommentsSLRSLREstablish a Policy Planning servicewithin the Christchurch and EastDorset Partnership.Consider ability to review workprogramme.Staff turnover /recruitment / illness4312Ensure retention policy can competewith other agencies.Minimise staff illness through stress.Ensure replacement strategy in placeif staff leave.Consider review of programme ifnecessary.428Loss of staff can occur even if mitigation measures in place.Political DecisionMaking323Ensure Councillors are well briefedand involved throughout the process.313Reliance on OutsideAgencies339Contingency plans in place to amendprogramme if this occurs.326Reliance on other agencies makes this difficult to militate.Working inPartnership424Maintain resources at current levels.Ensure both parties understandsignificance of partnership.Maintain good communication toreduce risk of fracture.414East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013 East Dorset District Council13


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013RiskBeforeControl MeasuresAfterCommentsSLRSLRLegal Challenge428Ensure that procedures andevidence gathering are robust414Possibility of legal challenge is outside of Council’s control ascan be mounted whatever the strength of the case.Ensure the Local Plan meets all legalrequirementsTable 11.111.2 Potential Risk 1 Council resources11.3 The Council faces important financial challenges over the coming years. Increasing demands from the community and by Government are stretchinglocal resources. The Council has to establish priorities and the production of the Local Plan will have to compete with other requirements. The Councilrecognises the importance of the Local Plan in providing social, environmental and economic benefits to the community. The Council is meeting thesechallenges through a programme of shared services with Christchurch Borough Council. This programme is well advanced and will eventually encompassthe Planning Policy service later in 2012.11.4 Potential Risk 2 Staff turnover/recruitment/illness11.5 The loss of one or more of the staff can cause serious problems when trying to meet deadlines. It is difficult to predict when a key member of staffwill leave the Authority. If a team member is to leave it is important that recruitment of new staff is undertaken quickly.11.6 There is a possibility that suitable new recruits could be hard to find. It is known that there are limited numbers of professional planners and thatthey are currently in demand. The Council may have to consider special incentives to either retain existing team members, or attract new, suitably qualifiedstaff. If this is not possible, the Council will either review its work programme or investigate the use of consultants, or contract personnel.11.7 Potential Risk 3 Political decision making11.8 It is important that politicians are well briefed on the new planning system and are fully engaged in the production of the Local Plan in order to avoiddecisions that are contrary to the new planning system. Councillors have been kept informed of the new system as it has emerged and it is intended thatthey will be closely involved to ensure Member ownership of the process.14East Dorset District Council East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 201311.9 Potential Risk 4 Reliance on outside agencies11.10 There are a series of outside agencies that will be required to provide an input into the production of the Local Plan. These include Dorset CountyCouncil (transport, ecology, education etc.), Natural England and the Highways Agency. The capacity of these partners to meet deadlines set within theLocal Development Scheme can often be critical to timely production of documents.11.11 The Planning Inspectorate will be under pressure to provide Inspectors for the many Public Examinations that will be required, not only for thisCouncil, but also for all the other Planning Authorities. It is important for this Council to provide a clear and timely request for an Inspector in order toprevent delays.11.12 Potential Risk 5 Working in Partnership with Christchurch Borough Council11.13 In the past, informal joint working with Christchurch Borough Council has affected the timetable for the Local Plan, due to delays affecting oneCouncil or the other. These issues have decreased with the creation of a joint senior management structure across the two Councils in 2010, and will beremoved upon the creation of a single joint planning policy team late in 2012.11.14 Potential Risk 6 Legal challenge11.15 This again is largely outside the control of the Council as a determined objector could decide to pursue a legal challenge whatever the strength ofcase. Additionally, a legal challenge could derive from an objection to proceedings at the public examination run by the Inspector, out of the control of theCouncil. The Council will have to ensure that all procedures are correct and that the Local Plan is sound and prepared in accordance with relevant legislationand regulations, and based upon robust evidence and community engagement.12 Monitoring and Review12.1 The Local Development Scheme will be monitored on an annual basis to coincide with the bidding round for Council resources for the next financialyear starting 1st April. The Annual Monitoring Report will form the basis for consideration as to how the Local Development Scheme should be amended.It will:Consider how the Council is performing against the Implementation Plan of the Local Plan and whether it needs to be changed.Consider if the Local Development Scheme should be updated for the following year.Report on key policy targets.East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013 East Dorset District Council15


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013Appendix A Timetable16East Dorset District Council East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013Appendix B Planning DocumentsDocument 1Core StrategyDetailsProductionMilestoneMilestonePurposeGeographic coverageStatusJoint Document with ChristchurchBCConformityRelated documentsTimescale and key milestonesCommencement of preparationIssues and Options consultation (Reg. 25)Options consultation (Reg. 25)Pre-Submission (Reg. 27)Proposed Changes to the Pre-Submission(Reg 27)Submission (Reg. 30)This document will set out the overall planning strategy for East Dorset, including thenumbers of new houses to be built.Whole District and Christchurch BoroughDevelopment Plan DocumentYesNational Planning PolicyAll Development Plan DocumentsCommunity Infrastructure LevyEDDC Housing StrategyLocal Transport Plan 3East Dorset Community StrategyThe Core Strategy has completed its Options consultation stages, and is currently beingprepared as a draft document for Pre-Submission consultation in April 2012.Summer 2007March - May 2008October 2010 - January 2011April 2012 - June 2012November 2012March 2013East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013 East Dorset District Council17


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013MilestonePre-examination meetingCommencement of examination (Reg. 31)adoptionMay 2013July 2013December 2013StudiesrequiredAssessmentsrequiredResourcesrequiredAnnual housing monitoring, Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment, Strategic Housing Market Assessment, town centre healthchecks, Employment Land Review, Strategic Flood Risk Assessment Level 1, PPG17 Open Space Study, New Neighbourhood MasterPlans.Habitats Regulations Assessment, Sustainability Appraisal/Strategic Environmental Assessment, Health Impact Assessment, EqualitiesImpact AssessmentThe Core Strategy will be prepared mainly by the Councils’ Policy Planning Sections, using existing resources, supported by transportplanners from Dorset County Council. Consultants have been used for various studies and the Habitats Regulations Assessment.Table B.1Document 2Housing Supplementary Planning DocumentDetailsPurposeGeographic coverageStatusJoint DocumentConformityRelated documentsTo set out clearly how the Core Strategy housing policies will be implemented.Whole DistrictSupplementary Plan DocumentYes, with Christchurch BoroughCore StrategyCommunity Infrastructure Levy RegulationsThe Core StrategyAll Development Plan DocumentsEast Dorset Community Strategy18East Dorset District Council East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013ProductionMilestoneMilestoneStudiesrequiredTimescale and key milestonesPublic ConsultationApproval1. Housing Market Assessment2. Housing Needs Survey3. Financial Viability StudyMarch 2013December 2013AssessmentsrequiredN/aResourcesrequiredThis Supplementary Planning Document will be prepared mainly by the Councils’ Policy Planning Sections, using existing resources,supported by consultant studies.Table B.2Document 3Heathland Mitigation Development Plan DocumentDetailsPurposeGeographic coverageStatusJoint DocumentConformityRelated documentsTo provide clear policy on the mitigation of the detrimental impacts of increased populationon the protected heathlands habitats and wildlife.All areas within 5 km of a protected heathlandDevelopment Plan DocumentYes, with Christchurch BC, Bournemouth BC, Poole BC and PurbeckDCCore StrategyHabitats DirectiveAll Development Plan DocumentsEast Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013 East Dorset District Council19


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013Community Infrastructure LevySE Dorset Green Infrastructure StrategyEast Dorset Community StrategyProductionTimescale and key milestonesMilestoneMilestoneMilestoneCommencement of preparationIssues and Options consultation (Reg. 25)Options consultation (Reg. 25)Pre-Submission (Reg. 27)Submission (Reg. 30)Commencement of examination (Reg. 31)adoptionSummer 2007August 2007Feb 2013August 2013Jan 2014June 2014Oct 2014StudiesrequiredAssessmentsrequiredResourcesrequiredA detailed study of the provision of the effect of mitigation on the integrity of the protected heaths to be commissioned by the SE DorsetAuthorities. PPG17 Study of Open Space.Habitats Regulations Assessment, Sustainability Appraisal/Strategic Environmental Assessment, Health Impact Assessment, EqualitiesImpact AssessmentThis Plan will be prepared mainly by the Councils’ Policy Planning Divisions in conjunction with officers from the other SE DorsetAuthorities, using existing resources, supported by ecologists from Dorset County Council. Consultants will be required to undertakesurvey work and identify appropriate mitigation.Table B.3Document 4Dorset Gypsy, travellers and Travelling Showpeople Development Plan DocumentDetailsPurposeGeographic coverageTo identify sites for transit and residential travelling community pitches.All of Dorset20East Dorset District Council East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013StatusJoint DocumentConformityRelated documentsDevelopment Plan DocumentWith all Dorset AuthoritiesCore StrategyDorset Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation AssessmentEast Dorset Community StrategyProductionTimescale and key milestonesMilestoneMilestoneMilestoneCommencement of preparationOptions consultation (Reg. 25)Pre-Submission (Reg. 27)Submission (Reg. 30)Commencement of examination (Reg.31)AdoptionSummer 2010November 2011Jan 2014July 2014Jan 2015May 2015Studies requiredAssessments requiredResources requiredDetailed site assessment and needs study.Habitats Regulations Assessment, Sustainability Appraisal/Strategic Environmental Assessment, Health Impact Assessment,Equalities Impact AssessmentThis Development Plan Document is being prepared by consultants on behalf of the authorities, assisted by PlanningPolicy officers.Table B.4East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013 East Dorset District Council21


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013Document 5Site Specific Allocations and Development Management Policies Development Plan DocumentDetailsProductionMilestoneMilestoneMilestoneStudies requiredPurposeGeographic coverageStatusJoint DocumentConformityRelated documentsTimescale and key milestonesCommencement of preparationOptions consultation (Reg. 25)Pre-Submission (Reg. 27)Submission (Reg. 30)Commencement of examination(Reg. 31)1. PPG17 study2. Town Centre SurveysadoptionThis document will identify specific allocations for development and usee.g. new schools, housing and employment. As well as the developmentneeds identified in the Core Strategy there are many small local proposalsthat will be provided for in this Plan e.g. new cycleways.Whole DistrictDevelopment Plan DocumentYes, with ChristchurchBorough CouncilCore StrategyThe Core StrategyEast Dorset Community StrategyDecember 2012October 2013May 2014September 2014Feb 2015June 20154. Housing Market Assessment5. EmploymentLand Review22East Dorset District Council East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 20133. Housing Needs Survey6. Strategic Housing LandAvailability AssessmentAssessments requiredResources requiredHabitats Regulations Assessment, Sustainability Appraisal/Strategic Environmental Assessment, Health ImpactAssessment, Equalities Impact AssessmentThis Development Plan Document will be prepared mainly by the Councils’ Policy Planning Sections, using existingresources, supported by transport planners from Dorset County Council.Table B.5Document 6Water Environment Supplementary Planning DocumentDetailsPurposeGeographic coverageStatusJoint DocumentConformityRelated documentsTo set out clearly how the Core Strategy water environment policies will be implemented.Whole DistrictSupplementary Plan DocumentYes, with Christchurch BoroughCore StrategyCommunity Infrastructure Levy RegulationsThe Core StrategyAll Development Plan DocumentsEast Dorset Community StrategyProductionMilestoneMilestoneTimescale and key milestonesPublic ConsultationApprovalMarch 2013December 2013East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013 East Dorset District Council23


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013Document 6Water Environment Supplementary Planning DocumentStudies requiredAssessmentsrequiredResources required1. Strategic Flood Risk AssessmentsN/aThis Supplementary Planning Document will be prepared mainly by the Councils’ Policy Planning Sections, using existingresources, supported by consultant studies.Table B.6Appendix C GlossaryAdoptionC.1 The final legal stage when the Council agrees a Local Development Document should be placed in the Local Development Framework and acquiresstatutory weight for decision making.Area Action Plan (AAP)C.2 A Development Plan Document for a specific geographical area.Annual Monitoring Report (AMR)C.3 A report on the progress of the progress of the Local Development Scheme and the policies of the Local Development Framework.Community StrategyC.4 The Community Strategy is the action plan produced by the Local Strategic Partnership.Development Plan Document (DPD)C.5 A Local Development Document with significant weight in the determination of planning applications. Independent scrutiny is required before itsadoption.24East Dorset District Council East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013Independent ScrutinyC.6 Examination of a Local Development Document by a Planning Inspector.Formal HearingC.7 A formal type of independent scrutiny including cross examination of witnesses.Informal HearingC.8 A less formal type of independent scrutiny not including cross examination.Local Development Document (LDD)C.9 One of the documents in a Local Development Framework.Local Development Scheme (LDS)C.10 A programme setting out the proposed documents within the Local Development Framework and the timetable for their production.Local PlanC.11 The local planning policy document, previously known as the Local Development Framework.Local Strategic Partnership (LSP)C.12 The stakeholders involved in the production of the Community Strategy.Material ConsiderationC.13 Any factor relevant to the determination of a planning application.Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004, as amended by the Planning Act 2008C.14 The Act which sets out the requirement to produce a Local Development Framework.East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013 East Dorset District Council25


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013Planning InspectorC.15 A person employed by the Planning Inspectorate to consider the appropriateness of planning policies, taking into account public consultationresponses.Planning Policy Guidance Note (PPG)C.16 National planning guidance produced by the Government under the old planning system. These will be replaced by Planning Policy Statements.Planning Policy Statement (PPS)C.17 National planning policy produced by the Government as part of the new planning system. They represent Government policy and therefore holdmore weight in determining planning decisions than the old Planning Policy Guidance Notes.Proposals MapC.18 An Ordnance Survey map showing where policies and allocations apply.Public ExaminationC.19 The independent scrutiny of the Local Development Framework, considering public consultation responses.Spatial PlanningC.20 Concerns all matters that affect land use and defines the scope of the Local Development Framework, in contrast to the Local Plan which couldonly deal with matters controlled by the approval or refusal of planning permissions.Statement of Community Involvement (SCI)C.21 A Local Development Document setting out how the Council intends to engage the community and stakeholders in the Local Development Frameworkand determination of major applications.Structure PlanC.22 A County wide planning policy document that will be replaced in time with policies in the Local PlanStrategic Environmental Assessment (SEA)C.23 The consideration of policies and proposals to assess their impact on the environment. This is to be undertaken alongside a Sustainability Appraisal.26East Dorset District Council East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)C.24 A Local Development Document that holds less weight than a Development Plan Document when determining planning applications. It is notsubject to public scrutiny, but is subject to public consultation.Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG)C.25 A document, produced under the old planning regime, that sets out how the Council intends to implement planning policy.Sustainability Appraisal (SA)C.26 The consideration of policies and proposals to assess their impact on sustainable development objectives.Sustainable DevelopmentC.27 Development which can be accommodated to meet the needs of the present without compromising the requirements of future generations. Thisencompasses an understanding of the impact of development on social, environmental and economic factors.Written RepresentationsC.28 An informal type of independent scrutiny where representations are provided in writing for the Inspector to consider and make a decision.Appendix D AcronymsLocal Plan AcronymsOther Planning AcronymsAAPArea Action PlanAGLVArea of Great Landscape ValueAMRAnnual Monitoring ReportAONBArea of Outstanding Natural BeautyDPDDevelopment Plan DocumentCAConservation AreaEDLPEast Dorset Local PlanESAEnvironmentally Sensitive AreasLDDLocal Development DocumentGBGreen BeltLDSLocal Development SchemeGDOGeneral Development OrderEast Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013 East Dorset District Council27


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013Local Plan AcronymsOther Planning AcronymsPPGPlanning Policy Guidance NoteGISGeographical Information SystemPPSPlanning Policy Statement(replacing PPG)GSPAGroundwater Source Protection AreasSASustainability AppraisalIRSIntegrated Regional StrategySCIStatement of CommunityInvolvementLNRLocal Nature ReserveSEAStrategic EnvironmentalAssessmentLTPLocal Transport PlanSPDSupplementary Planning DocumentNNRNational Nature ReserveSPGSupplementary Planning GuidanceRIGSRegionally ImportantGeological/Geomorphological SiteOrganisation AcronymsSACSpecial Area of ConservationDCCDorset County CouncilSAMScheduled AncientMonumentDCLGDepartment for Communities &Local GovernmentSCASpecial Character AreaEDCPEast Dorset Community PartnershipSNCISite of Nature Conservation InterestEDDCEast Dorset District CouncilSPASpecial Protection AreaLPALocal Planning AuthoritySSSISite of Special Scientific InterestLSPLocal Strategic PartnershipSUDSSustainable Drainage SystemsPINSPlanning InspectorateTPOTree Preservation Order28East Dorset District Council East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013


East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013Local Plan AcronymsOther Planning AcronymsUCOUse Classes OrderTable D.1East Dorset Local Development Scheme 2013 East Dorset District Council29

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