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Local Plan information and adoption

The Derbyshire Dales Local Plan is a very important document, as it sets out - up to 2033 - the overall vision, objectives, and policies for the future development of those parts of the Derbyshire Dales that lie outside the Peak District National Park. After listening to what communities, local businesses and residents have said about the key issues that need to be tackled, and where new development should take place, we prepared a Local Plan which sets out how we think the area should develop in the future.Local Plan Adoption. The Local Plan was formally adopted at a Special Meeting of Council on the 7th December 2017.

Please download the Adopted Local Plan, adoption statements, Sustainability Report, Inspector’s Report and main modifications and Policies Maps:

Documents:

Local Plan Policies Maps

The adopted Local Plan Policies Maps can be accessed by either using the Policies Map Inset Key Diagram, and selecting the relevant Inset Map in that document, or directly in the Inset documents below:

  • Policies Map Inset Key Diagram
  • Inset 1 - Darley Dale
  • Inset 2 – Matlock, Tansley, Bonsall, Matlock Bath, Cromford, Middleton
  • Inset 3 – Longcliffe, Brassington, Carsington, Hopton, Bradbourne
  • Inset 4 – Wirksworth
  • Inset 5 – Mappleton, Ashbourne, Clifton
  • Inset 6 – Hognaston, Kniveton, Atlow, Hulland, Bradley, Yeldersley
  • Inset 7 & 8 – Kirk Ireton, Biggin, Hulland Ward, Mercaston
  • Inset 9 – Osmaston, Shirley, Rodsley, Ednaston, Brailsford, Hollington
  • Inset 10 – Snelston, Wyaston, Yeaveley, Alkmonton, Roston, Norbury
  • Inset 11 – Marston Montgomery, Somersal Herbert, Doveridge
  • Inset 12&13 – Cubley, Boylestone, Sudbury, Longford

Layered PDF’s of the adopted Local Plan Policies Maps are available below:

If you would like more information or help please the Planning Policy Team.

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