Planning Policy in Hyndburn

Planning policies shape how places will be developed in the future. They provide the policy framework for the long-term development of the Borough and are the basis upon which planning decisions are based. View the Hyndburn Local Plan 1996 and...

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Hyndburn’s new Local Plan

[nextpage title=”New Local Plan”] The new Local Plan is the name given to a series of documents in which the Council will explain how the Borough will be developed and grow over the next 15 years (to 2033). Once complete it will fully...

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5 Year Housing Land Supply

[nextpage title=”5 Year Housing Land Supply”] In line with Government priorities to help boost the supply of housing, the Council is required to demonstrate annually whether it has a sufficient supply of sites to meet its five year...

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Site Allocations

[nextpage title=”Call for Sites”] The Call for Sites exercise is an opportunity for landowners, developers and the public to submit proposals for the future use of land in Hyndburn to the Council. All submissions will inform...

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Hyndburn Local Plan 1996

The 1996 Local Plan allocates land in the Borough for different uses and sets down policies to guide where development should be allowed and what standards should apply. The Local Plan is used in conjunction with the Lancashire’s Minerals...

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Evidence Base

The Local Plan must be informed by a clear and robust evidence base. The links below show some of the key local evidence that is being used to help inform the new Local Plan for Hyndburn. [nextpage title=”Evidence Base –...

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