Oxfordshire minerals and waste local plan.

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adopted Minerals and Waste Local Plan and any adopted Neighbourhood Plans. Local plans prepared by the City and District Councils contain policies that are also relevant to minerals and waste planning. The current position with local plans in Oxfordshire is shown in the following table. To address representations /2 and /1. Oxfordshire County Council have published the Draft Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 2 Site Allocations Plan (the Sites Plan) for consultation and we are seeking your views. Consultation closes Wednesday 4 th March , 4pm. Oxfordshire County Council DtC meeting Bryan Lyttle Matt Meldrum Andrew Morrow Peter Day Trevor Minerals and Waste Plan Making in Berkshire. Duty to Cooperate Statement September Minerals Local Plans. 27th October SEEAWP Matt.   Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 1 – Core Strategy, Topic Paper: Oxfordshire Water Environment, August Other Evidence Base Documents Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Oxfordshire Local Aggregate Assessment , November Oxfordshire Local Aggregate Assessment: Interim Update – Draft for.

Hertfordshire County Council produces the Minerals Local Plan (MLP) (PDF kb) Opening in new window and the Waste Local Plan (WLP). The WLP is set out in the Waste Core Strategy and Development Management Policies document (PDF mb) Opening in new window and in the Waste Site Allocations document (PDF mb) Opening in new window.; Supplementary Planning Document .   28 SEPT CPRE OXFORDSHIRE'S RESPONSE TO THE MINERALS CONSULTATION IS NOW AVAILABLE AT THE FOOT OF THIS PAGE. Oxfordshire County Council’s proposed Minerals & Waste Local Plan: Part 1 sets out its vision, objectives and policies for minerals and waste developments to (Part 2: Site Allocations document will be prepared subsequently and will identify specific sites for minerals . Hertfordshire County Council is the Waste Planning Authority for Hertfordshire. We have a legal responsibility to produce a Waste Local Plan which identifies land that may be suitable for future waste management facilities (i.e land suitable for facilities that manage or treat waste such as household waste recycling centres or waste transfer stations) and sets out policies which are used to. The Proposed Submission Minerals Local Plan was published for consultation from 14 January to 22 March The Minerals and Waste Team presented a summary of the response to the publication to the Growth, Infrastructure, Planning and Economy Cabinet Panel on 15 May

  The Buckinghamshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan was considered and adopted at a county council meeting on 25 July Minerals and Waste Local Plan View the Minerals and Waste Policy Map.. The plan includes site allocations for minerals and preferred locations where waste development would be appropriate. Each of these documents contain strategic policy objectives and land use development proposals for their area and the West Berkshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan will need to consider cross-boundary issues. Title Author Date Relevance Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan - (Saved Policies ) Oxfordshire County Council.

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The Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 1 Core Strategy remains in place and contains the adopted Policy, guiding future Minerals and Waste development in Oxfordshire. If you wish to be kept.

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Saved policies from the existing Minerals and Waste Local Plan (). Minerals sites. preparing and reviewing the Minerals and Waste Local Plan; ii. making decisions on planning applications for minerals, waste and County Council developments.

The Council must comply with its SCI in preparing local plan documents. The first Oxfordshire Statement of Community Involvement was adopted by the County Council in November The County Council is responsible for minerals and waste planning in Oxfordshire and has reviewed the planning policies for mineral working and waste management.

The new Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan will comprise the following documents: Part 1 – Core Strategy (this document); and Part 2 – Site Allocations (yet to be prepared).

minerals and the management of waste in Oxfordshire over the period toand the Sites Plan sets out those mineral and waste sites needed to deliver the Core Strategy. Oxfordshire County Council have published a Draft Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 2 Site Allocations Plan (the Sites Plan) for consultation.

The consultation is from. Saved policies from the existing Minerals and Waste Local Plan (). The Minerals and Waste Local Plan was adopted in July and covered the period to It will be replaced by the new.

Minerals and Waste Local Plan - Additional Site Nominations Consultation Oxfordshire County Council is preparing the Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan, comprising two parts: Part 1 –. Oxfordshire County Council is preparing the Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan, comprising two parts: Part 1 – Core Strategy; and Part 2 – Site Allocations.

Together these will guide all future Minerals and Waste Development within Oxfordshire. The Core Strategy was adopted by the County Council on 12th September should be the provision figure set in the Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 1 – Core StrategyPolicy M3 which is mtpa.

Supply Sand and gravel At the end ofOxfordshire had 10 active sand and gravel quarries within Oxfordshire, a further three not yet commenced and three currently inactive. 1 Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan Draft Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Monitoring Report (1st January – 31st December ) July the supply of minerals and management of waste in Oxfordshire over the period to It sets out policies to guide minerals and waste development over the plan period and common core policies which address development management issues relevant to both minerals and waste.

The Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 2 – Site Allocations Document. The Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 1 - Core Strategy (the Part 1 Plan) impacts on a number of areas beyond Oxfordshire and the County Council has sought to engage with relevant authorities on issues of common interest.

Oxfordshire County Council has launched a public consultation on several sites proposed for future mineral extraction and waste management facilities within the county.

The sites are contained within the Draft Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 2 which is now out for consultation. Residents have until 4th March to submit views on the plan. The Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 2 – Site Allocations Document (Site Allocations Document) is currently scheduled to be adopted inbut this has been put back due to delays in adopting the Core Strategy, and a new minerals and waste development scheme is being prepared.

Oxfordshire County Council’s new minerals and waste core strategy, which outlines the planning strategy and policies for the supply of minerals and the management of waste in Oxfordshire until. Oxfordshire Minerals Ec'Waste Local Plan Proposals M"p lnset maps: seescale plans Boundary of Local Plan area BUCKINGHAMSHIRE BERKSHIRE ScaleOxfordshire Minerals and'Waste Local Plan - Adopted Reproduc€d from the Ordnance Suruey mapping with the permission ol the Controller ol Her Majesty's Stationery Olfice @ Crm.

Oxfordshire County Council is preparing the Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan, comprising two parts: Part 1 – Core Strategy; and Part 2 – Site Allocations. Together these will guide all. The Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 1 – Core Strategy (the Core Strategy) was submitted to the Secretary of State on 30 December for examination by a government appointed Inspector.

The Core Strategy is Part 1 of the new Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan. It provides the planning strategies and policies for. Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 1 – Core Strategy Main Modifications Schedule of the Main Modifications to the Core Strategy, May The modifications below are expressed either in the conventional form of strikethrough for deletions and underlining for additions of text, or by specifying the modification in words in italics.

(a) approve the Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 1 – Core Strategy at Annex 4 for publication and submission to the Secretary of State for independent examination under Regulations 19 and 22 of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations ; and.

Local Planning Policy The Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan was adopted in and contains saved policies on Groundwater (PE4) and the Floodplain (PE7). PE4 (Groundwater) Proposals for mineral extraction and restoration (including waste disposal) will not be permitted where they would have an impact on.

The Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 1 – Core Strategy was adopted on 12 September The Draft Sites Plan identifies preferred mineral extraction and waste management sites that will be needed in Oxfordshire up to   The Oxfordshire Statement of Community Involvement sets out how the County Council will engage with and involve people and organisations in the preparation of the Minerals and Waste Local Plan and in the consideration of planning applications for Minerals, Waste.

Oxfordshire County Council is now consulting on Issues and Options for the Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 2 – Site Allocations (the Sites Plan). The main purpose of the Sites Plan is to allocate the sites required to provide the additional capacity for minerals supply and waste management as set out within the Minerals and.

We are preparing a new Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan. This will provide planning strategies and policies to guide the development that will be needed for the supply of minerals and management of waste in Oxfordshire over the period toincluding where in the county mineral workings and waste management facilities should be located.

6 West Oxfordshire Local Plan - Adopted September This is the Local Plan for West Oxfordshire. It sets out a vision of the District in and provides an overarching framework to guide and deliver that vision. The plan has been shaped by extensive community engagement which has helped to ensure that it focuses on.

Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 2 Site Allocations Plan draft published. Oxfordshire County Council have published the Draft Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 2 Site Allocations Plan (the Sites Plan) for consultation and would like to seek your views.

The consultation is from Wednesday 22nd January to Wednesday 4th March 15 Oxfordshire County Council is preparing the new Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan to provide up to date minerals and waste planning policies and proposals for the period toreplacing the existing Minerals and Waste Local Plan which was adopted in The new Local Plan.

Draft Revised Oxfordshire Statement of Community Involvement () 1 July Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan REVISED OXFORDSHIRE STATEMENT OF COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT Draft for Public Consultation July Strategic Infrastructure and Planning Oxfordshire County Council County Hall New Road OX1 1ND P8 ().

All site allocations for future mineral working, safeguarded mineral resource and infrastructure areas and other spatially-represented local plan policies can be found on the Policies (Proposals) Map.

The Inspector’s Report for the Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire ( – ) Examination was published in January. Oxfordshire County Council has launched a public consultation on several sites proposed for future mineral extraction and waste management facilities within the county.

The sites are contained within the Draft Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 2 which is now out for consultation. Residents have until 4 th March to submit views on the plan.Saved, retained policies of the Adopted Cherwell Local Plan ; Saved policies from Oxfordshire County Council's Minerals and Waste Local Plan ; The Interactive Adopted Policies Map brings together the development plan allocations and policy maps .The Minerals and Waste Local Plan: Part 1 - Core Strategy contains the new planning strategy and policies for minerals and waste development for Oxfordshire.

It sets out the vision, objectives, spatial planning strategy and policies for meeting development requirements for the supply of minerals and the management of waste in the county over the period to