More information about the 'Issues & Options and Call for Sites Consultation' made under the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012 (Regulation 18)
The existing East Lindsey Local Plan 2018 sets out at policy SP29 that the plan will be reviewed by 2022. The plan sets out the policies against which planning applications are considered and identifies land for certain types of development.
This first consultation is made up of two parts - The 'Call for Sites' and the publication of an 'Issues and Options Paper'. The paper will set out certain issues which are being considered in the partial review and suggests potential options in relation to these. These changes could affect all planning decisions in future within East Lindsey and therefore landowners and developers are encouraged to make formal representations to give their opinion of the changes proposed.
Both the Issues and Options Paper consultation and the Call for Land will run for an eight week period starting on 15th February 2021 and ending at 5pm on 12th April 2021.
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What land is the Council looking for?
The Council is seeking the submission of sites suitable for both residential and commercial developments (employment land).
What is the purpose of the Call for Sites?
The ‘Call for Sites’ is a technical exercise to identify potential sites for development, redevelopment and alternative uses. All of the sites submitted to the Council for consideration will be assessed for their suitability, availability and deliverability as a potential allocation within the Local Plan Review.
It’s important to remember that submitting your land as part of the Call for Sites does not in itself determine whether a site should be allocated for development. However, it is important that sites are promoted through the Call for Sites effectively so that they can be included for consideration.
All sites submitted during the Call for sites will be assessed using the information provided, so putting together a strong and detailed submission document for each site is very important and will help demonstrate how your site meets the different criteria the Council are looking for.