On Monday, 21 May 2012, Ryedale District Council submitted the Ryedale Plan: Local Plan Strategy to the Secretary of State for formal examination by an independent Planning Inspector.
The document proposes key policies for managing growth and change across the District to 2027. Once adopted it will form part of the Development Plan for the District which will: set out the amount of new housing, retail and employment development that will take place in different parts of the District; identify the type of development required to meet the needs of local communities; outline the types of changes that will happen at each of the five towns as well as the wider rural area; list some of the projects and investment that will support and deliver the strategy; and provide a framework to assist in the determination of planning applications.
The document covers the area of Ryedale District which is outside the North York Moors National Park.
The Plan and main supporting documents, including all of the representations which were received when the Plan was published for consultation, and received following a more recent consultation on the implications of the New National Planning Policy Framework, are attached below alternatively they can be inspected at:
Ryedale District Council (Main Office)
Old Malton Road
Within normal opening hours: 9.00am – 4.00pm Monday to Friday.
Copies of the Plan, together with some of the main supporting documents are also available to view at the District Council's Area Offices/libraries at Pickering, Kirkbymoorside, Helmsley, Malton and Norton*. Opening times for the Area Offices are available here: Contact us page.
Library opening times are available here: Library opening times.
*Please note that at these locations only summaries of representations made when the Plan was published are available.
Over the next few weeks we will be regularly updating this page when we have further information.
To view the submission documents, please view the following pages:
- Submission documents and representations received
- Representations received on Publication Draft Jan to March 2012
- NPPF representations made May 2012
- Other submission documents
- Background papers
- Sustainability appraisal
- Habitats Regulation Assessment
- Statement of Community Involvement