Newark & Sherwood District Council
Local Plan Homepage
As modified by the Adoption of the
Welcome to the online version of the Newark & Sherwood District Council Local Plan. Both the Written Statement and the Proposals Map are available here in a user-friendly and interactive format.
This copy of the Local Plan has been amended to show which parts of the Local Plan still remain in force after the Council Adopted the Core Strategy on 29 March 2011. Please read the Local Plan in conjunction with the Core Strategy.
Therefore please check the amended proposals Map (link below). See also the list of Core Strategy Policies which replace or partially replace the following local plan policies and proposals.
|Information contained on this interactive version of the Adopted Newark and Sherwood Local Plan was provided as at August 2005. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the information contained on this site is accurate, Planning Services is committed to an active programme of works that in some cases may see current data amended or new data added (eg: amendment to or new conservation area). Therefore if you intend to rely on this information in any connection, for example, making a planning application, you are advised to check its current accuracy by contacting Planning Services at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Using the various tools provided on the map template you can select any area of the Plan and find information about the policies/proposals that relate to that area, by clicking on your chosen site. Click on the icon on the left to launch the map template. Please refer to the Technical Requirements help page if the template does not appear to load correctly in your web browser.|
|Information to help you use the Proposals Map|
|Technical Requirements help page|
|The policies and proposals of the Local Plan are set out in the Written Statement. Click on the icon to the left to launch the Written Statement.|
Please note the mapping element within this presentation only functions on a PC. It uses Java technology to provide an exciting range of tools that enable you to quickly retrieve the information you may require from the online maps.
Even if you already have Java installed on your PC, we strongly recommend that you run the latest version in your web browser. For a simple, once only, free download and automatic installation, click here.
The installation will typically take only around four minutes on a standard broadband connection. If you are on a corporate Microsoft Windows network, please note that the installation requires Administrator level logon privileges.
Further information on configuring your web browser for Java can be found on the Technical Requirements section of the Introduction page on this site.