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Proposed Submission Core Strategy and Policies Development Plan Document Review

Ended on the 5th March 2015
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APPENDIX 2

Saved Policies that are superseded by the Core Strategy and Policies Development Plan Document

In addition to the Core Strategy and Policies development plan document, national policy (particularly the NPPF may also have a role in replacing policy contained in saved policies. Elements of the Saved Local Plan Policies may also be carried forward into other development plan documents.

TABLE 9

Policy

Policy subject matter

Comments

Chapter 5 The Wet Dock Area

WD3

Site allocations in the Wet Dock area


WD4

Links between Wet Dock and town centre

Detailed proposals if appropriate would be considered through the Site Allocations DPD but see also Core Strategy policy CS20

WD5

Site allocations in the Transition area


WD7

Residential site allocation in Wet Dock area


WD8

Public access to water frontages

See also Core Strategy policy CS16

WD9

Wet Dock area open space allocation


WD10

Wet Dock area provision of open space in developments


WD11

Wet Dock area museums, arts and entertainment uses


WD12

Wet Dock area tourism uses


WD13

Wet Dock area community uses

See also Core Strategy policy CS3

WD14

Wet Dock area University College Suffolk

Any further land allocations if appropriate would be considered through the Site Allocations DPD but see also Core Strategy policy CS15

WD15

Wet Dock area employment


WD16

Transition area


WD17

Wet Dock office uses


WD18

Shopping in the Wet Dock area

See also Core Strategy policy DM23

WD19

Pedestrian access between the Wet Dock and the town centre

Detailed proposals if appropriate would be considered through the Site Allocations DPD but see also Core Strategy policy CS20

WD20

Car parking in the Wet Dock area


WD21

Road Proposal in the Wet Dock area

The need for an allocation to safeguard the route will be considered through the Site Allocations DPD but see also Core Strategy policy CS20 paragraphs 8.229 to 8.231

Chapter 6 Housing

H3

Housing allocation Nacton Road

Will be replaced if there is any land remaining through the Site Allocations DPD

H4

Residential site allocations

Will be replaced if there is any land remaining through the Site Allocations DPD

H5

Protecting residential allocations


H6

Opportunity sites for residential use

Will be replaced if there is any land remaining through the Site Allocations DPD

Chapter 7 Recreation and Leisure

RL8

Site allocations for public open space

The need for allocations for new open space will be considered through the Site Allocations DPD but see also Core Strategy policies CS10 and CS16

RL11

Site allocations for children's play

The need for allocations for new children's play areas will be considered through the Site Allocations DPD

RL16

Site allocations for sports pitches

The need for allocations for new open space will be considered through the Site Allocations DPD but see also Core Strategy policies CS10 and CS16

RL19

Site Allocation for Sports Park


RL23

Protecting museums, arts and entertainment facilities


RL24

Arts and entertainment uses in major developments


Chapter 8 Community Facilities

CF9

Site allocations for education facilities


Chapter 9 Employment

EMP2

Employment Areas


EMP5

Sites allocated for employment use


EMP7

Sites allocated for port related uses


Chapter 11 Transport

T7

Pedestrian Priority Areas


T14

Site allocations for short stay parking


In addition to the policies listed above, some allocations and designations shown on the 1997 adopted Local Plan Proposals Map remain in force until superseded by a policies map update. This will be made in parallel with the publication of the Site Allocations and Policies development plan document (incorporating the IP-One Area Action Plan). The current adopted Core Strategy proposals map indicates which 1997 Local Plan designations remain in force.

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