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Planning: Quick Guide to Neighbourhood Plans

Since April 2012, local communities have been able to produce Neighbourhood Plans for their local area, putting in place planning policies for the future development and growth of the neighbourhood.

This guide gives a concise summary of the process for producing a Neighbourhood Plan under the Localism Act, together with suggestions for good practice.

This guide focuses on Neighbourhood Plans rather than Neighbourhood Development Orders or Community
Right to Build Orders or other community-led planning tools.

Sat, 01 Oct 2016

Planning: Neighbourhood Plans Roadmap Guide

This guide is for all those involved in, or thinking about, producing a Neighbourhood Plan, and for those who are just curious to find out more. Whilst other guides are predominantly concerned with the legislation and process, we have attempted, wherever possible, to include guidance on good practice and worksheets for carrying
out each part of the plan.

This guide draws upon Locality's experience of working with community groups in the past year; groups that are considering or undertaking Neighbourhood Planning.
We have listened carefully to their concerns and helped them to make real progress.

Sat, 01 Oct 2016

Planning: Planning practice guidance for renewable and low carbon energy

This guidance provides advice on the planning issues associated with the development of renewable energy. It will be kept under review and should be read alongside other planning practice guidance and the National Planning Policy Framework. This guidance is being published in advance of the Department for Communities and Local Government's beta planning practice guidance web-based resource, and will be integrated into this web-based resource later in the year.

Mon, 01 Jul 2013

Tags: Planning

Planning: Institute of Acoustics Good Practice Guide on Wind Turbine

This guide presents current good practice in the application of the ETSU-R-97 assessment methodology for all wind turbine developments above 50 kW, reflecting the original principles within ETSU-R-97, and the results of research carried out and experience gained since ETSU-R-97 was published. The noise limits in ETSU-R-97 have not been examined as these are a matter for Government.

Wed, 01 May 2013

Tags: Planning