Long Stratton Area Action Plan
Long Stratton will grow between now and 2026. The growth will need to deliver the long awaited bypass. To do this Long Stratton will have at least 1,800 new houses, local employment opportunities, town centre improvements as well as better services and facilities. This growth means new opportunities for Long Stratton and we want to work with local people and businesses, service providers and potential developers to produce an Area Action Plan to guide development up to 2026.
In 2011 the Council consulted on some of the key issues for the Area Action Plan using a leaflet and survey that was sent to all households and businesses in Long Stratton and the surrounding parishes. The Council has also undertaken two consultations on the sites put forward by landowners and developers as potential locations for the new housing and employment.
We have now used the results of these consultations to prepare a detailed draft Area Action Plan document for you to comment on. To complete the consultation questionnaire online, please follow this link. Alternatively, copies of the consultation document, proposals maps and a response form can be downloaded below. The consultation period runs from Monday 20 May to Friday 26 July 2013 and all responses need to be received at the Council by 5pm on Friday 26 July.
The consultation is accompanied by an interim Sustainability Appraisal report, including tables which show how we have assessed the sites put forward for development. These can also be downloaded below.
Staff will be available to answer questions about the Area Action Plan at:
- Long Stratton Library - Thursday 20 June, between 3pm and 7pm
- South Norfolk On Show at South Norfolk Council Offices - Sunday 14 July, between 11am and 4pm.
Alternatively, please contact the Planning Policy Team using the details below.
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Consultation document and questionnaire
Interim Sustainability Appraisal and Appendices
For information about the emerging Local Plan for South Norfolk, including Development Management Policies and sites across other parts of the District, please see this website.
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Norwich NR15 2XE
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Last updated on: 15 May 2013