New Minerals Local Plan
Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012
Withdrawal of the Draft Nottinghamshire Minerals Local Plan
In accordance with Regulation 27 of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012, this statement gives notice that Nottinghamshire County Council is withdrawing the Nottinghamshire Minerals Local Plan which had been submitted to the Secretary of State for Examination.
Nottinghamshire County Council resolved at its meeting on May 25 2017:
- That the County Council withdraws the draft Minerals Local Plan from Examination.
- That officers are instructed to carry out an immediate review of the methodology used to assess need for aggregates in the draft MLP taking into account the most up to date data available.
- That officers are instructed to prepare for the submission of a revised draft Minerals Local Plan.
The full report can be found in the agenda for the 25 May meeting.
A timetable for re submitting a revised Local Plan will be prepared and will be published when approved at: www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/minerals
Further enquiries relating to the Minerals Local Plan should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Team Manager (Planning Policy)
Nottinghamshire County Council
May 25 2017
The new Minerals Local Plan will set out the County Council's overall approach to future minerals provision in Nottinghamshire up to 2030 and replace the Minerals Local Plan adopted in 2005. Key issues covered by the plan include:
- the amount of minerals we will need to produce to meet demand
- the location of future sites
- the social and environmental impacts of mineral working.
The plan has been through a series of informal and formal public consultation stages as part of its preparation and these can be viewed on the previous consultations page.