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The Central Lancashire Authorities of Preston City, South Ribble and Chorley are undertaking a review of the development plan(s) for the area and are working towards the preparation of a Joint Local Plan for Central Lancashire. This will be a single Planning document containing the Council’s vision and objectives. It will set strategic and local development management policies and site allocations for future development across the three authorities. Once adopted, the Local Plan will guide the future growth and development in the Central Lancashire area and replace the Central Lancashire Core Strategy (adopted in 2012) and the Local Plans/Site Allocations and Development Management Policies of the 3 Central Lancashire Authorities (all adopted 2015).
We are now consulting on the first document to be prepared which will help to shape the policies developed in the Local Plan. This is called the 'Central Lancashire Local Plan Issues and Options Consultation'. The consultation is in the form of an online survey, which matches the questions set out in the main consultation paper.
This consultation is made-up of a number of parts:
|Consultation||Relevant Documents or Links|
|The Issues and Options Consultation Paper||Main consultation paper (for an in-depth look at the complete consultation)|
|Summary consultation paper (for a headline view of the consultation)|
|The Issues and Options Youth Survey (aimed specifically at young people 11-21)||Issues and Options Youth Survey|
|The Equalities Monitoring Survey (a voluntary survey for the purposes of engagement monitoring)||Equalities Monitoring Survey|
|Call for Sites - Part 3 (where a third round of site submissions are being sought)||Call for Sites 3 Consultation|
Within the Annexes to the main Issues and Options Consultation Paper can be found the site submissions received for Chorley, Preston and South Ribble during the Call for Sites Parts 1 and 2 in 2018/19. Within Annex 1 are Site Suggestions proposed by Chorley Council.
Within each Annex is a list of all sites broken-down by electoral ward. The four site Annexes (1, 3, 4 and 5) are presented below.
|Annex 1||Annex 3||Annex 4||Annex 5|
|All Site Suggestions by Chorley Council||All Site Submissions Received for Preston||All Site Submissions Received for South Ribble||All Site Submissions Received for Chorley|
|Or by ward:||Or by ward:||Or by ward:||Or by ward:|
|Adlington and Anderton||Ashton||Bamber Bridge East||Adlington and Anderton|
|Astley and Buckshaw||Brookfield||Bamber Bridge West||Astley and Buckshaw|
|Brindle and Hoghton||Cadley||Broad Oak||Brindle and Hoghton|
|Chorley East||Deepdale||Buckshaw and Worden||Chorley East|
|Chorley North East||Fishwick and Frenchwood||Charnock||Chorley North East|
|Chorley North West||Garrison||Coupe Green and Gregson Lane||Chorley North West|
|Clayton-le-Woods West and Whittle-le-Woods||Greyfriars||Earnshaw Bridge||Clayton-le-Woods and Whittle-le-Woods|
|Clayton-le-Woods North||Ingol and Cottam||Farington West||Clayton-le-Woods North|
|Clayton-le-Woods West and Cuerden||Lea and Larches||Hoole||Clayton-le-Woods West and Cuerden|
|We have also ussyed an Addendum to Annex 4 - Hoole Ward with a corrected site map.|
|Coppull||Plungington||Howick and Priory||Coppull|
|Eccleston and Mawdesley||Preston Rural East||Leyland Central||Eccleston and Mawdesley|
|Euxton North||Preston Rural North||Longton and Hutton West||Euxton North|
|We have also issued an Addendum to Annex 3 - Preston Rural North with a corrected site boundary.|
|Euxton South||Ribbleton||Lostock Hall||Euxton South|
|Heath Charnock and Rivington||Sharoe Green||Middleforth||Heath Charnock and Rivington|
|Lostock||St Matthews||Moss Side||Lostock|
|Pennine||New Longton and Hutton East||Pennine|
|Wheelton and Withnell||Samlesbury and Walton||Wheelton and Withnell|
The three other Annexes that do not present site options but do contain other important expanded information from within the main consultation include:
This consultation will run for 13 weeks from Monday 18th November 2019 until Friday 14th February 2020.
You can take part by visiting our dedicated consultation survey pages online: