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Latest Update – Extended Consultation :

Now! Public consultation and drop-ins – extended until 31st May

The council is running an extended eight-week public consultation on a second informal (pre-publication) draft of its new local plan. The consultation documents can be downloaded below and reference copies are available in local libraries and at the council’s reception desk. If you wish to discuss the draft local plan, please contact the planning policy team (tel: 01756 706472, email: localplan@cravendc.gov.uk) to arrange an appointment at the council offices in Skipton, or drop-in to see us at:

  • Ingleborough Community Centre, Ingleton, Tuesday 17th May 2016, 4pm – 7pm.
  • St Peter’s Methodist Church, Cross Hills, Thursday 19th May 2016, 4pm – 7pm.
  • Victoria Hall, Settle, Monday 23rd May 2016, 5pm – 7pm.
  • Skipton Town Hall (annex), Thursday 26th May 2016, 4pm – 7pm.

These are additional to previous drop-ins at Settle, Glusburn, Skipton and Bentham.

Comments forms must be submitted during the extended consultation period, which now runs from Tuesday 5th April to Tuesday 31st May, 2016. Please contact the planning policy team, if you need further advice or assistance.

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Craven District Council :

full details here : http://www.cravendc.gov.uk/newlocalplan

Public consultation and surgeries – 5th April to 17th May

The council is running a six-week public consultation on a second informal (pre-publication) draft of its new local plan. The consultation documents can be downloaded below and reference copies are available in local libraries and at the council’s reception desk. If you wish to discuss the draft local plan, please contact the planning policy team (tel: 01756 706472, email: localplan@cravendc.gov.uk) to arrange an appointment at the council offices in Skipton or drop-in at one of our surgeries being held at:

  • Victoria Hall, Settle, on Monday 25th April 2016, 4pm – 8pm.
  • Glusburn Institute, on Tuesday 26th April 2016, 4pm – 8pm.
  • Bentham Town Hall, on Wednesday 4th May 2016, 4pm – 8pm.

Comments forms must be submitted during the consultation period, which runs from Tuesday 5th April to Tuesday 17th May, 2016. Please contact the planning policy team, if you need further advice or assistance.

A local plan is a document containing text and maps, setting out how land should be used in the future to achieve economic, environmental and social goals. Policies in a local plan are used to decide planning applications. You can see the council’s current local plan on our Current local plan web-page. This document dates from 1999 and is now due for replacement. The new local plan will do a similar job, but will be up-to-date and in the new style. Scroll down the page to follow a time-line showing progress so far or jump to a particular year using the links below.

Consultation documents:

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