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Consultation on Coastal Adaptation Supplementary Planning Document

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Consultation on Coastal Adaptation Supplementary Planning Document

Covering the coast from Holkham in Norfolk to Felixstowe in Suffolk

Consultation Period 4th September to 5pm 16th October 2020

 A partnership of East Suffolk Council, Great Yarmouth Borough Council, North Norfolk District Council, the Broads Authority, and the Coastal Partnership East Team is seeking views on the proposed content of the draft Coastal Adaptation Supplementary Planning Document.

The purpose of this joint document is to provide guidance on how to interpret and implement planning policy in relation to coastal matters. Following this early consultation on what should be included in the joint document, the partnership will prepare a draft document for public consultation. Once adopted, the joint document will be a material consideration in the determination of planning applications.

 At this early and informal consultation stage, we welcome comments on the proposed content of the joint document from anyone who has an interest in the coast or may be affected by changes to the coast. The consultation will run for 6 weeks, beginning on 4th September 2020 and closing at 5pm 16th October 2020.

 To view the document template and make a comment, visit the East Suffolk Council website at

www.eastsuffolk.gov.uk/supplementary-planning or alternatively request a copy of the document (free of charge) by emailing planningpolicy@eastsuffolk.gov.uk or telephone 01394 444557.

 

Comments can also be submitted by email to planningpolicy@eastsuffolk.gov.uk or post to East Suffolk Council, Planning Policy and Delivery Team, Riverside, 4 Canning Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk NR33 0EQ. Comments must be received by 5pm on the 16th October 2020. 

 

The partnership will consider all comments received and make changes to the content where this is considered necessary. A draft document will be prepared for public consultation before being adopted by all of the partnership authorities. Once adopted the joint document will be a material consideration in the determination of planning applications.