Draft City Plan Part 2

Draft City Plan Part 2 consultation

Consultation on the draft City Plan Part 2 (CPP2) closed 13 September 2018 after a 10 week consultation.

The council has published an interim Statement of Consultation (PDF, 3.46MB) and accompanying appendices below:

Appendix 4 Summary of Key Issues Arising from Representations – listed by policy

Appendix 5 Copies of Original Representations Received

The statement provides full information on how organisations, groups and individuals were consulted on the draft plan and provides a summary of key issues raised in the representations received by policy. The final statement of consultation will set out how the representations have been taken into account in the final version of the City Plan Part 2, which is due to be published later in 2019.

Due to GDPR requirements, the council has redacted personal information from the original representations in Appendix 5 and in the summary of representations (Appendix 4). If you wish to know the respondent number that we have assigned to you (DP###) please email planningpolicy@brighton-hove.gov.uk

Draft City Plan Part 2 documents

Supporting documents

The draft City Plan Part 2 is also accompanied by the following documents, also subject to the 10 week period of consultation:

Proposed changes to the policies map

Changes to the adopted policies map that would result from the policies in the emerging plan including site allocations and any new or amended designations are shown as proposed changes to the policies map. A description of the proposed changes are set out in Appendix 6 of the draft City Plan Part 2 (PDF 59 KB). 

Proposed changes to the policies map accompanying the Proposed Submission version of the City Plan Part 2 can be viewed on this webpage where users can enter a specific address and view any policies or allocations in proximity. Map layers can be turned on and off by clicking the layer icon on the top right of the screen, second from right.

Proposed CPP2 implementation and monitoring targets

Proposed CPP2 implementation and monitoring targets (PDF 506KB) sets out the proposed monitoring indicators and targets and identifies how the CPP2 will be implemented. It is proposed that these monitoring targets will included in an updated Annexe 1 to the CPP1 which will be updated at submission stage.

Statement of consultation

Provides full information on how organisations, groups and individuals were consulted at the earlier CPP2 Scoping stage (June to September 2016) and how the consultation responses at that stage helped shape the draft CPP2. The Statement of Consultation is set out in the following sections:

Sustainability Appraisal (SA)

The role of the SA is to consider all the likely significant effects that the draft City Plan Part 2 may have on various environmental, economic and social factors. The process incorporates the requirements of the Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Directive. Information on the reasonable alternative options that have been considered and discounted in favour of the draft City Plan Part 2 policies are set in the full SA Report (PDF 8MB). There is also a non-technical summary of the Sustainability Appraisal (PDF 385 KB) available.

Health and Equalities Impact Assessment (HEQIA)

The HEQIA (PDF 2.8MB) Has been undertaken to ensure the draft policies are coordinated to address equalities, health and wellbeing outcomes throughout the city. Some draft policies have been refined through recommendations arising from the HEQIA.

Habitats Regulation Assessment

A Habitats Regulation Assessment (HRA) has been carried out to establish if the CPP2 might have any likely significant effects on any European sites. The HRA has concluded that the proposed plan will not have significant adverse impacts on any designated European sites.

Supporting evidence

Approval was also agreed at the 21 June Tourism Development and Culture Committee for a number of background studies as supporting evidence for the City Plan and other planning documents. A number of topic papers have also been prepared.

These documents can be viewed on the background studies and topic papers page.

Background to consultation

On 21 June the Tourism Development and Culture Committee approved the draft City Plan Part 2 to go out for a 10 week period of consultation starting 5 July and ending 13 September 2018. View the Tourism Development and Culture Committee report.

Consultation on the draft CPP2 follows on from the CPP2 scoping consultation that took place from June to September 2016. The City Plan Part 2 supports the implementation and delivery of the City Plan Part 1 (adopted March 2016) through the allocation of additional development sites and through a suite of development management policies.

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