Local Plan Examination
Halton Borough Council submitted the Submission Delivery and Allocations Local Plan to the Planning Inspectorate for independent examination on 5th March 2020.
Planning Inspector Caroline Mulloy BSc (Hons) DipTP MRTP and David Troy BSc (Hons) MA MRTPI have been appointed to undertake an independent examination into the soundness and legal compliance of the Halton Delivery and Allocations Local Plan.
The Inspectors have now confirmed that the hearing sessions forming part of the examination will open on
Tuesday 9th March 2021.
The hearing sessions will take place online (using Microsoft Teams) and will be
streamed live on YouTube
The submitted documents include the following:
Lynn Donnelly is the Programme Officer for the Examination, she is an impartial officer for the Examination and works under the direction of the Inspector.
Programme Officer Contact Details:
Local Plan Examination - Programme Officer
PO Box 317,
Tel: 0151 511 7035
The programme Officer publishes documentation and other details about the Local Plan Examination, including the Examination Documents list.
List of Examination Documents (examination library) >>
Proposed Draft Submission (August 2019)
The Council published the Proposed Submission Draft of the Delivery and Allocations Local Plan (DALP) for an eight week period of consultation from 25th July 2019 to 19th September 2019.
This Consultation has now closed.
This was the final round of public consultation on the content of the Local Plan prior to it being submitted to the Secretary of State who will appoint an independent Inspector to hold an examination into the 'soundness' of the Plan.
This Local Plan will replace the remaining policies and the Proposal Map from the Unitary Development Plan including allocating land for development to 2037 and redefining the extent of the Green Belt in Halton.
The following comments were received concerning the Proposed Submission Draft
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Supporting Assessments & Evidence Base >>