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Final Draft Ipswich Local Plan 2018 - 2036 Sustainability Appraisal Report (SEA and SA)

Ended on the 2nd March 2020
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Abbreviations

AA

Appropriate Assessment

AAP

Area Action Plan

AMR

Annual Monitoring Report

AONB

Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

AQMA

Air Quality Management Area

BAP

Biodiversity Action Plan

BHS

Biological Heritage Site

CO2

Carbon Dioxide

cSAC

Candidate Special Area of Conservation

DEFRA

Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs

DCLG

Department of Communities and Local Government

dpa

Dwellings per annum

DPD

Development Plan Document

dph

Dwellings per hectare

EA

Environment Agency

EEFM

East of England Forecasting Model

ELNA

Economic Land Need Assessment

ELSA

Economic Land Supply Assessment

EZ

Enterprise Zone

FEA

Functional Economic Area

FZ

Flood Zone

GP

General Practitioner

HRA

Habitats Regulations Assessment

IMD

Index of Multiple Deprivation

ISPA

Ipswich Strategic Planning Area

LDS

Local Development Scheme

LPA

Local Planning Authority

LWS

Local Wildlife Site

MHCLG

Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government

MW

Megawatts

NE

Natural England

NOx

Nitrogen Oxides

NPPF

National Planning Policy Framework

NPPG

National Planning Policy Guidance

NTS

Non-Technical Summary

OAN

Objectively Assessed Need

pSPA

Potential Special Protection Area

RAMS

Recreational Disturbance Avoidance and Mitigation Strategy

RIGS

Regionally Important Geological/Geomorphological Site

RSPB

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds

SA

Sustainability Appraisal

SANGs

Suitable Alternative Natural Greenspaces

SAC

Special Area of Conservation

SCI

Sites of Community Importance

SCS

Sustainable Community Strategy

SEA

Strategic Environmental Assessment

SPA

Special Protection Area

SPZ

Source Protection Zone

SSSI

Site of Special Scientific Interest

SuDS

Sustainable (urban) Drainage System


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