CS1 Sustainable Development in the Countryside

Closeddate_range16 Oct, 2019, 9:30am - 11 Dec, 2019, 5:00pm

CS1 Sustainable Development in the Countryside

Opportunities for development in the countryside are permitted through the following policies:

Housing Development

  • an alteration or extension to a dwelling house where this is in accordance with Policy HOU3;
  • travellers accommodation where this is in accordance with Policy HOU8;
  • a replacement dwelling in accordance with Policy HOU9;
  • a dwelling on a farm business in accordance with Policy HOU10;
  • a dwelling to meet the essential needs of a non-agricultural business enterprise in accordance with Policy HOU11;
  • a dwelling sited within an existing cluster of buildings in accordance with Policy HOU12;
  • the development of a small gap site within an otherwise substantial and continuously built up frontage in accordance with Policy HOU13;
  • a dwelling based on special personal or domestic circumstances in accordance with Policy HOU14;
  • a residential caravan or mobile home in accordance with Policy HOU15;
  • the provision of affordable housing in accordance with Policy HOU16;
  • the conversion of a listed building to residential use in accordance with Policy HE3; or
  • the conversion/reuse of a non-listed locally important/vernacular building to a dwelling(s) in accordance with Policy HE8.

Non-Residential Development

  • economic development proposals in accordance with Policy ECD4;
  • tourism development in accordance with Policies TOU1 and TOU3 to TOU8;
  • minerals development in accordance with Policies MIN1 to MIN8;
  • sport and outdoor recreational proposal in accordance with Policy OSL5;
  • renewable energy proposals in accordance with Policy RE1;
  • the conversion/reuse of a non-listed locally important/vernacular building to a non-residential use in accordance with Policy HE8; or
  • the conversion of a listed building to non-residential use in accordance with Policy HE3.

There are a range of other types of non-residential development that may be acceptable in principle in the countryside, e.g. certain utilities, telecommunications or infrastructure development.

All proposals must meet the requirements of the relevant policy (or policies). In addition, proposals must satisfy the General Policy and accord with other provisions of the LDP.

Contents

Home