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Recommendation to Council - Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire 2018 – 2032 (Publication and Submission)

01/02/2018 - Recommendation to Council - Publication and Submission of the Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire 2018-2032

Cllr Nigel Moor, Cabinet Member for Fire, Planning and Infrastructure, presented the responses to the draft consultation and proposed changes to the detailed Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire (2018-2032) for recommendation to Council and submission to the Secretary of State. 

 

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Having considered all of the information, including known proposals and the reasons for the recommendations, Cabinet noted the report and,

 

RESOLVED to recommend that the Council:-

 

a)    Note the consideration given to the consultation representations made to the draft Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire (2018 – 2032) and the proposed changes to the plan. (Details of the representations made, the responses provided and proposed changes have been made available separately and can be review via the relevant County Council web pages accessed from: -  http://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/planning-and-environment/planning-policy/minerals-local-plan-for-gloucestershire/

 

b)    Approve the Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire (2018 – 2032) (attached at Appendix 1);

 

c)    Authorise the Commissioning Director: Communities & Infrastructure in consultation with Cabinet Member for Fire, Planning and Infrastructure to make minor amendments to the Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire (2018 – 2032) (attached at Appendix 1) and any accompanying documents prior to its publication in accordance with the requirements set out under regulations 19 of the Town and Country Planning (England) (Local Planning) Regulations 2012;

 

d)    Authorise the Commissioning Director: Communities & Infrastructure in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Fire, Planning and Infrastructure to publish for inspection the Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire (2018 – 2032) in accordance with the requirements set out under regulations 19 and 35 of the Town and Country Planning (England) (Local Planning) Regulations 2012;

 

e)    Authorise the Commissioning Director: Communities & Infrastructure in consultation with the Cabinet Member for Fire, Planning and Infrastructure to receive any representations made to the published Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire (2018 – 2032), to make any minor corrections and clarifications as necessary, and decide whether to submit the plan to the Secretary of State for independent examination;  

 

f)     Authorise the Commissioning Director: Communities & Infrastructure in consultation with Cabinet Member for Fire, Planning and Infrastructure to submit the Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire (2018 – 2032) and supporting information to the Secretary of State in accordance with the requirements set out under regulation 22 of the Town and Country Planning (England) (Local Planning) Regulations 2012;

 

g)    Authorise the Commissioning Director: Communities & Infrastructure to make all necessary arrangements and preparations for the independent examination for the Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire (2018 – 2032) including: - the appointment of a Programme Officer; the undertaking and / or commissioning of other work as necessary to prepare for and participate at the public examination; and the appointment of officers and other commissioned experts to prepare and submit evidence to the independent examination and where necessary, appear at any hearing sessions to represent the County Council; and

 

h)    Authorise the Commissioning Director: Communities & Infrastructure in consultation with Cabinet Member for Fire, Planning and Infrastructure to make any changes to the Minerals Local Plan for Gloucestershire 2018 – 2032 and supporting information as guided by the appointed inspector through the independent examination process, including undertaking any consultation where necessary, in order to respond to matters raised through the examination. This may involve inviting the Inspector to recommend modifications to the plan prior to its adoption.