Cornwall Site Allocations DPD

Cornwall Site Allocations Development Plan Examination

You can view the Full Document Library which will contain all post submission correspondence and examination documents. 

The Site Allocations DPD Proposed Modifications Consultation has now ended and the comments have been submitted to the Inspectors for review. Further information will be available soon.

7 September 2018

Cornwall Site Allocations DPD Consultation on the proposed modifications runs from Monday 10 September and closes at 5.00pm on Monday 22 October 2018.

The Cornwall Site Allocations DPD: Schedule of Proposed Modifications consultation documents can be viewed on the Cornwall Site Allocation DPD Webpage.

Submission

Cornwall Council submitted the Cornwall Site Allocations Development Plan to the Secretary of state on 31 October 2017 for independent examination.

The Cornwall Site Allocations Development Plan will now be subjected to an independent examination. This is to be conducted by the Planning Inspectorate to determine whether the Allocations DPD is sound. This is a continuous process. It will run from the date of submission to the receipt of the appointed Planning Inspector’s Report. 

The Cornwall Site Allocations Development Plan and all supporting documents are available to view. You can view the submission documents Cornwall Site Allocations Submission Documents.

Inspector Brian Sims BSc CEng MICE MRTPI has been appointed as Lead Inspector to conduct the examination. Inspector Thomas Bristow BA MSc MRTPI has been appointed as Assistant Inspector.

The Council has appointed Mrs Jo McCabe as the Programme Officer.

Jo is an independent officer of the examination and works on the Inspector's behalf, organising and managing the administrative and procedural matters of the examination process.

Any queries about the examination or any correspondence to the Inspector should be sent to:

Programme Officer C/O Cornwall Council 3rd Floor Pydar House Pydar Street  Truro TR1 1XU

Email: programmeofficer@cornwall.gov.uk

Tel: 01872 224248 or 07483338295.