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Table SP2b:

Table SP2b: Apportionment of Strategic Allocation sites and District Capacity Sub Area Area Authority Area Housing Supply Gloucester City Supply Gloucester City Urban Capacity Winneycroft Urban Extension GCC GCC 7,772 620 Innsworth & Twigworth Urban Extension TBC 2,295 South Churchdown Urban Extension TBC 1,100 North Brockworth Urban Extension TBC 1,500 Cheltenham Borough Supply Cheltenham District Capacity North West Cheltenham Urban Extension CBC CBC / TBC 5,707 4,285 West of Cheltenham Urban Extension CBC / TBC 1,100 Tewkesbury Borough Supply Tewkesbury Borough District Capacity Mitton* *Site is within Wychavon District and is not an allocation in the JCS. Site is subject to joint working between Wychavon District Council and Tewkesbury Borough Council. TBC WDC 6,945 500 Total JCS Area 31,824 Table SP2c: Settlement hierarchy Settlement tier Key Urban Areas Market town Rural service centres Service villages * Settlements Cheltenham Gloucester Tewkesbury Bishop’s Cleeve Winchcombe Alderton Coombe Hill Gotherington Highnam Maisemore Minsterworth Norton Shurdington Stoke Orchard Toddington (inc. New Town) Twyning Woodmancote * The service village classification was informed by the 2015 Settlement Audit Refresh. The JCS Settlement Audit will be reviewed to support the preparation of the Tewkesbury Borough Plan. The outcomes of the review will be used to ensure that the service villages identified by the JCS are still appropriate when it is submitted for examination. The distribution of development across the service villages will be guided by the Tewkesbury Borough Plan and neighbourhood plans. Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury Joint Core Strategy 2011-2031 Adopted December 2017 26

PART 4 - Sustainable Development Policies SD1 – EMPLOYMENT – EXCEPT RETAIL DEVELOPMENT Background 4.1.1 A core planning principle of the NPPF and one of the starting points for the spatial strategy of the JCS is the delivery of sustainable economic development. To reflect this planning principle and to also support the implementation of the Strategic Economic Plan for Gloucestershire (SEP), the JCS has established a vision to provide the context for economic growth; “The Joint Core Strategy Area will be recognised nationally as enjoying a vibrant competitive economy with increased job opportunities and a strong reputation for being an attractive place to live and invest”. 4.1.4 In order to prevent the incremental loss of existing employment land to non-employment uses, and to ensure an adequate supply and choice of employment land and premises for the employment market, district level plans will contain policies to safeguard existing employment sites. These policies in District plans will only permit changes of use in certain appropriate circumstances to be defined by those plans. This policy is intended to be read alongside these District plan policies when considering development proposals for any area. 4.1.2 This vision is underpinned by three specific strategic objectives to support a thriving economy through building a strong and competitive urban economy, ensuring the vitality of town centres and supporting a prosperous rural economy. 4.1.3 In the NPPF, employment is considered in a wider sense than the traditional industrial, office and warehousing (B1, B2 and B8 uses). For example, uses such as retail, hotels, tourism, leisure facilities, education, health services and residential care, (referred to as non-B use classes) can also be large employment providers. This policy covers job-generating uses such as business, industry and tourism. Retail and other uses, including those within use class ‘A’ are not covered by this Policy and are dealt with in Policy SD2. More detailed policies will be included in District plans. Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury Joint Core Strategy 2011-2031 Adopted December 2017 27

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