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APPENDIX 2

Saved Policies that will be superseded by the Core Strategy and Policies Development Plan Document

INSERTED: In addition to the Core Strategy and Policies development plan document, national DELETED: National and regional policy (particularly INSERTED: the NPPF DELETED: Planning Policy Statements and Regional Spatial Strategy policies) may also have a role in replacing policy contained in saved policies. DELETED: Where this has specifically been referred to in the Core Strategy text, the policy source is noted in column 3 of the table below. It is not intended to give an exhaustive list of policy cross references. Elements of the Saved Local Plan Policies may also be carried forward into other development plan documents.

TABLE 9

DELETED:
Saved Local Plan Policy Core Strategy Policy National/Regional Policy

NATURAL ENVIRONMENT

NE1 – Safeguarding and enhancing landscape and views of the Town

DM11 – Ipswich Skyline

NE2 – Protection of Landscape and Countryside

DM31 – Conserving Local Natural and Geological Interest

NE3 & NE4 – Green Corridors

CS16 – Green Infrastructure, Sport and Recreation

NE5 & NE6 – Preserving Open Space

DM28, DM29, CS16 – Green Infrastructure, Sport and Recreation

PPG17

NE8 – NE12 – Protection of trees

DM10 – The Protection of Trees and Hedgerows

NE13 & NE14

CS4 – Protecting our Assets, DM31 – Conserving Local Natural and Geological Interest

PPS9, PPS5, Circulars 9/95, 1/97, 14/97

NE15 & NE16

DM31 – Conserving Local Natural and Geological Interest

NE17

CS4 – Protecting our Assets

PPS9, PPS5

NE19 – NE23

DM4 – Development and Flood Risk, DM31 – Conserving Local Natural and Geological Interest, DM26 – Protection of Amenity

PPS25, PPG24

NE25 – NE27

CS1 – Climate Change, CS4 – Protecting Our Assets

PPS1, RSS – ENG1, ENG2, PPS25

BUILT ENVIRONMENT

BE1 – 47 (Except BE14, BE28, BE32, BE43, BE44)

DM5 – Urban Design Quality, DM7 – Public Art, DM8 – Conservation Areas, DM9 – Buildings of Townscape Interest, DM20 – The Central Shopping Area, DM12 – Extensions to Dwellings, DM13 – Small Scale Infill

PPS5, RSS – E13, ENV5, SS16, SS5

WET DOCK

WD1 – Promotion of Redevelopment

CS3 – IP-One Area Action Plan

WD2 – Protecting Port Use

DM25 – Protection of Employment Land

PPS4, RSS

WD4, WD19 – Access

CS3 – IP-One Area Action Plan, DM17 – Transport and Access in New Development, CS17 – Delivering Infrastructure

WD14 – Provision for Education

CS15 – Education Provision

RECREATION AND LEISURE

RL3 – RL7, RL9 – RL18, RL20, RL21, RL23, RL24, RL27

CS16, DM29, DM28 – Green Infrastructure, Sport and Recreation, DM32 – Protecting – Protecting Community Facilities

PPG17

RL22

DM18 – Car Parking

PPG13, PPS3

COMMUNITY FACILITIES

CF1 – Local Community Facilities

CS19 – Provision of Health Facilities, DM32 – Protecting Community Facilities

CF2 – Provision of Facilities in new Development

CS17 – Delivering Infrastructure

CF4 & CF5 – Development of Health Facilities

CS19 – Provision of Health Facilities

CF7 – Use of House for Community Facility

DM27 – Non Residential use in Residential Areas

CF8 – Provision of School places

CS17 – Delivering Infrastructure

CF9 – CF11 – Provision of Education Facilities

CS15 – Education Provision, CS5 – Improving Accessibility

EMPLOYMENT

EMP1 – Provision of Employment Land

DM25 – Protection of Employment Land

PPG24

EMP2 – EMP6 – Employment Land Use

DM25 – Protection of Employment Land

PPG24

EMP9 – Employment Uses in Town Centre

CS2 – The Location and Nature of Development

PPS3, PPS4, RSS – E3

EMP11 – Access for Disabled

CS5 – Improving Access

EMP10 – EMP12 – Location of Employment Land

CS9 – Previously Developed Land, CS2 – The Location and Nature of Development, DM25 – Protection of Employment Land

RSS – SS2, PPS3, PPS4, RSS – E3

HOUSING

H7 – Non Residential Uses in Residential Areas

DM27 – Non Residential Uses in Residential Areas

H8 – Use of Large Dwellings and Hotels/Guest Houses

DM22 – Town Centre Uses outside Central Shopping Area, DM27 – Non Residential Uses in Residential Areas

PPS4

H10 – Mix of Dwelling Types

CS8 – Balance between Flats and Houses, CS12 – Affordable Housing

PPS3

H11 – Housing for those with special needs

CS8 – Balance between Flats and Houses

H12 & H13 – Housing for those with Disabilities

CS5 – Improving Accessibility

H17 – Provision of Housing in Shopping Areas

DM20 – The Central Shopping Area

H15 & H16 – Loss of Residential Use

DM27 – Non Residential Uses in Residential Areas

H14

DM14 – The Subdivision of Family Dwellings

H18 – Town Centre Housing

DM20 – The Central Shopping Area

H19 – Conversion of Dwelling to Flats or HMO’s

DM14 – The Subdivision of Family Dwellings

H20 – Gypsy Accommodation

CS11 – Gypsy and Traveller Accommodation

RSS

SHOPPING

S2 – S8

CS14 – Retail Development, DM20 – The Central Shopping Area, DM22 – Town Centre Uses outside Central Shopping Area

PPS4

S10 & S11 – Retail outside Town Centre

DM22 – Town Centre Uses outside Central Shopping Area, DM23 – Major Retail Proposals outside Defined Centres

PPS4

S16 – S22 – Local and District Centres

DM21 – District and Local Centres, DM22 – Town Centre Uses outside Central Shopping Area

PPS4

INFRASTRUCTURE

INF1 – INF3

CS17 – Delivering Infrastructure

TRANSPORT

T1 – Infrastructure Contributions

CS17 – Delivering Infrastructure

T2 – Transport for New Developments

DM17 – Transport and Access in New Developments, DM15 – Travel Demand Management, DM16 – Sustainable Transport Modes

PPG13, RSS

T4 – T6

DM17 – Transport and Access in New Developments, DM15 – Travel Demand Management, DM16 – Sustainable Transport Modes

PPG13, RSS

T8 – T10

CS17 – Delivering Infrastructure, DM17 – Transport and Access in New Developments, DM15 – Travel Demand Management, DM16 – Sustainable Transport Modes

PPG13, RSS

T12 & T13

DM18 – Car Parking

PPS3, PPG13

T15 & T16

DM18 – Car Parking

PPS3, PPG13

T18

DM15 – Travel Demand Management, DM16 – Sustainable Transport Modes

PPG13, RSS

T20 & T21

CS17 – Delivering Infrastructure, DM15 – Travel Demand Management, DM16 – Sustainable Transport Modes

PPG13, RSS

INSERTED:
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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