Brighton and Hove City Council are currently asking for comments on the City Plan Part Two which will shape our housing, transport and green spaces up to 2030.
The Brighton & Hove City Plan Part One (CPP1) was adopted in March 2016. It contains strategic policies setting out the overall amounts of development (housing, employment, retail etc.) required across the city to 2030. It sets out the broad locations and Development Areas where new development will take place. It allocates key strategic sites and also sets out key citywide policies to guide development including urban design, transport, affordable housing, biodiversity and sustainability policies.
City Plan Part Two (CPP2) is to support the implementation and delivery of CPP1. It builds on the strategic framework; identifies and allocates additional development sites; and sets out a more detailed and positive development management policy framework to assist in the determination of planning applications.
Development Management Policies – in the draft plan are arranged in the following topics Housing, Accommodation and Community (including HMO and student housing policies), Employment and Retail, Design and Heritage, Transport and Travel and Environment and Energy.
Once adopted CPP2 will replace the currently retained 2005 Brighton & Hove Local Plan (BHLP) policies. ; https://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/content/planning/planning-policy/city-plan-part-two
Find the draft plan and associated documents here: https://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/content/planning/planning-policy/city-plan-part-two
To have a say in the future of our city:
- use the council’s online consultation portal: http://consult.brighton-hove.gov.uk/portal or
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
- write to: Policy Projects and Heritage Team, Brighton & Hove City Council, First Floor Hove Town Hall, Norton Road BN3 3BQ
- Comments should be received no later than 5pm 13th September 2018. No responses received after that date will be accepted.