Submission of Chesterfield Borough Council Local Plan - Regulation 22
The council submitted the Chesterfield Borough Council Local Plan 2018-2033 to the Secretary of State on 28 June 2019 for independent examination, in line with the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 (2) - Regulation 22.
The documents include:
- Chesterfield Borough Council Submission Local Plan 2018-2033 (Regulation 19 Consultation)
- Chesterfield Borough Council Submission Local Plan Policies Map (Regulation 19 Consultation)
- Chesterfield Borough Council Sustainability Appraisal
- Chesterfield Borough Council Habitats Regulation Assessment
- Chesterfield Borough Council Statement of Community Consultation (Regulation 22 (c) of the Town and Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 (as amended)
All representations received through the Regulation 19 consultation have been submitted to the inspectors.
The submitted documents and accompanying evidence can be viewed in our examination library.
A public notice, containing information on where the submission documents can be viewed, can be found below:
Local Plan Inspectors
David Spencer BA(Hons) DipTP MRTPI, and Bryn Bowker Mplan MRTPI have been appointed by the Planning Inspectorate to conduct the examination into the Chesterfield Borough Local Plan to determine whether it is sound.
The timetable for the examination will be determined by the inspectors and will be able to be viewed, along with further details of the examination as it progresses, within the examination library under 'examination documents'.
The council has appointed Kerry Trueman and Sue Ashton as programme officers for the examination, to manage the administration of the examination on behalf of the appointed inspector and act as the liaison between the inspector and the council.
The programme officers' contact details are:
Kerry Trueman and Sue Ashton
Programme Officer Solutions Ltd
32 Devonshire Place
Procedure guide for Local Plan examinations
The planning Inspectorate has produce a guide aimed at all those involved in the process and concerned with the procedural aspects of examining a local plan. Read the guide here.
Data protection privacy notice
In order to produce our Local Plan, it is necessary for us to collect, store and process some personal information. Find out more in our planning strategy privacy notice.
See information on previous stages of Local Plan preparation.