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Core Strategy Preferred Options

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This page gives details on the Core Strategy Preferred Options paper and its consultation period. The Core Strategy is a strategic document setting out the vision, objectives and spatial strategy for the Borough with policies to facilitate sustainable delivery. It will identify the amount of major new development proposed in the Borough up to 2026.

Preferred Options

The Core Strategy Preferred Options document has been produced as a basis for consultation on the second stage of preparing the Borough of Oadby and Wigston Core Strategy. It builds upon the earlier Issues and Options consultation stage which took place during July and August 2005. The Core Strategy Preferred Options paper was on consultation from Monday 24th April 2006 to Monday 5th June 2006.

Core Strategy Preferred Options Part 1 (PDF Document, 285.98 Kb)
Core Strategy Preferred Options Part 2 (PDF Document, 194.9 Kb)
Core Strategy Preferred Options Key Diagram (PDF Document, 288.33 Kb)

The Development Plan Document (DPD) Proposal Matters and Notice of Deposit contain further information about the Consultation and how to respond.

Core Strategy Preferred Options Proposals Matters
Core Strategy Preferred Options notice of deposit

Sustainability Appraisal

Sustainability Appraisals aim to ensure that planning documents are informed by sustainability principles at an early stage in the process. This means that the social, economic and environmental decisions taken in the plans consider the needs of future generations. This page provides details on the Core Strategy Preferred Options Sustainability Appraisal.

Supplemental Issues and Options Paper

As a result of previous consultations on the Core Strategy and advice from the Government Office the team undertook consultation on a Supplemental Issues and Options Paper which will consider choices and broad locations for growth. The supplemental Issues and Options and Paper was on consultation from Friday 29th June 2007 to Friday 10th August.

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