The Long Stratton Area Action Plan is part of the South Norfolk Local Plan. Long Stratton will grow between now and 2026 with a minimum of 1,800 new homes, 12 hectares of employment land, an enhanced town centre and supporting infrastructure. The addition of a bypass is key to the future growth of Long Stratton. The role of the LSAAP is to set out policies to guide and help deliver the required growth, whilst protecting and enhancing the historic core of the settlement and the distinctive countryside beyond.
The plan was formally adopted on 26 May 2016.
Other policies, particularly those in the Joint Core Strategy and Development Management Policies Document are also key to guiding appropriate development in Long Stratton. A Neighbourhood Plan for the area covered by the LSAAP is also in production.