The Allerdale Local Plan (Part 1) - Strategic and Development Management Policies
The Local Plan (Part 1) forms a key element of the development plan for the area of Allerdale outside the Lake District National Park. It sets out the strategic and development management policies that will guide development up to 2029. It also includes alterations to the Proposal Map. Allerdale Local Plan (Part 1) replaces most of the policies in the Allerdale Local Plan 1999.
The plan was drawn up after extensive consultation and evidence gathering.
You can read the Local Plan (Part 1) using the viewer below.
Allerdale Borough Council's Local Plan (Part 1)
Click on the circle in the middle to make it 'full screen'.Download Allerdale Borough Council's Local Plan (Part 1)
We have produced a number of supplementary documents which add more detail to the policies in the Local Plan (Part 1). These are:
- Developer Contributions Supplementary Planning Document which looks at all the extra obligations which a developer can be made to commit to under a Section 106 agreement, such as for affordable housing, education and roads
- Conservation Area Supplementary Planning Document
- Wind Energy Supplementary Planning Document
When was the Local Plan adopted?
Allerdale Borough Council formally adopted the Allerdale Local Plan (Part 1) on 16 July 2014.
This followed receipt of the Inspector's Report concluding that the Local Plan is legally compliant and sound subject to the Inspector’s recommended modifications. These modifications are now included in the Local Plan.
What about old plans?
Policies from the Allerdale Local Plan 1999 and Local Plan First Alteration 2006 which have been 'saved' are listed in appendix 9 of the adopted Allerdale Local Plan (Part 1). Further information on the Allerdale Local Plan 1999 and Local Plan First Alteration 2006 is available on the Allerdale Local Plan 1999 page.
Work has commenced on the Local Plan (Part 2) which will contain the site allocations that will deliver the strategy contained in the adopted local plan (Part 1). Further information on the site allocations process is available on the Site Allocations page.
In accordance with the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012, the Council is also publishing an Adoption Statement and a Sustainability Appraisal Post Adoption Statement.