Cornwall Council Public Consultation on the Climate Emergency Development Plan Document (DPD)
Consultation runs from 9am 10 August to 5pm 25 September 2020
Cornwall Council are asking you to look at the draft planning Policies in the attached DPD and to let us have your views.
FROM CORNWALL COUNCIL:
Cornwall Council is publishing the above document for a 6-week consultation period between 10th August and 5pm on 25th September. The DPD contains draft policies to help ensure that planning decisions fully consider and respond to climate change.
This Pre-Submission stage consultation is intended to set out the draft policies in the Climate Emergency Development Plan Document (DPD) and invite comments on the content.
We want to engage in order to understand what you think about the proposed policies, before we produce the final version of the Climate Emergency DPD. However, this will not be the only opportunity for you to have your say; we will be consulting again on the content of the DPD prior to its submission to the Secretary of State, as well as engaging with key stakeholders throughout the process.
Aspects covered by the Climate Emergency DPD include:
- Renewable energy
- Natural climate solutions
- Town Centres
- Mine water energy and deep geothermal
- Energy and Sustainable Construction
- Coastal Change and flood management
- One Planet Development/Alternative living
- Agriculture and Rural Sustainability
Once adopted, the Climate Emergency DPD will sit alongside the Cornwall Local Plan: Strategic Policies and other DPDs and will be used for decision making on all development proposals.
You can respond or ask questions using the contact details below:
Or call: 0300 1234 15
Or write to: Climate Emergency DPD, Cornwall Council – Planning, PO Box 676, Threemilestone, TRURO, TR1 9EQ