TABLE OF CONTENTS AND POLICIES
 
1 THE PRESTON LOCAL PLAN
2 THE STRATEGIC PLANNING CONTEXT
3 THE PLAN STRATEGY
4 THE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
5 DEVELOPMENT IN THE COUNTRYSIDE
6 DEVELOPMENT AND POLLUTION
7 GREENSPACE
8 CONSERVATION OF THE HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT
9 TRANSPORT
10 DEVELOPER RESPONSIBILITY
11 HOUSING AND RESIDENTIAL AREAS
12 BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
13 SHOPPING
14 COMMUNITY AND LEISURE FACILITIES
15 DESIGN
16 RENEWABLE ENERGY
17 SITE SPECIFIC POLICIES
18 ENVIRONMENTAL APPRAISAL
19 IMPLEMENTATION, MONITORING AND REVIEW
20 GLOSSARY OF TERMS
21 APPENDICES
  Appendix One - Housing Supply
Appendix Two - Parking Standards
Appendix Three - Schedule of Biological Heritage Sites
Appendix Four - Schedule of Ancient Woodlands
Appendix Five - Plans of Local Shopping Centres
   
POLICIES
   
4 THE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY
  Policy DS1: Housing Land Requirement
  Policy DS2: Goosnargh/Whittingham
  Policy DS3: Density of Housing Development
5 DEVELOPMENT IN THE COUNTRYSIDE
  Policy DC1: Green Belt
  Policy DC2: Open Countryside outside the Green Belt
  Policy DC3: Agricultural Land
  Policy DC4: Agricultural Diversification
  Policy DC5: Nature Conservation - Internationally and Nationally Important Sites
  Policy DC6: Protection of Species
  Policy DC7: Nature Conservation: Locally Important Sites
  Policy DC8: Wildlife Corridors
  Policy DC9: Landscape Enhancement and Conservation
  Policy DC10: Rural Villages
  Policy DC11: Infilling in Rural Building Groups
  Policy DC12: Conversion of Rural Buildings
  Policy DC13: New Rural Workers Dwellings
  Policy DC14: Existing Rural Workers' Dwellings
  Policy DC15: Protection of Rural Shops and Businesses
  Policy DC16: Surface Water and Ground Water Supplies
5 DEVELOPMENT IN THE COUNTRYSIDE
  Policy DC1: Green Belt
  Policy DC2: Open Countryside outside the Green Belt
  Policy DC3: Agricultural Land
  Policy DC4: Agricultural Diversification
  Policy DC5: Nature Conservation - Internationally and Nationally Important Sites
  Policy DC6: Protection of Species
  Policy DC7: Nature Conservation: Locally Important Sites
  Policy DC8: Wildlife Corridors
  Policy DC9: Landscape Enhancement and Conservation
  Policy DC10: Rural Villages
  Policy DC11: Infilling in Rural Building Groups
  Policy DC12: Conversion of Rural Buildings
  Policy DC13: New Rural Workers Dwellings
  Policy DC14: Existing Rural Workers' Dwellings
  Policy DC15: Protection of Rural Shops and Businesses
  Policy DC16: Surface Water and Ground Water Supplies
6 DEVELOPMENT AND POLLUTION
  Policy DP1: Development on Contaminated or Unstable Land
  Policy DP2: Development on Landfill Sites
  Policy DP3: Development and Flood Risk
  Policy DP4: Development and Pollution
  Policy DP5: Hazardous Installations
7 GREENSPACE
  Policy DP1: Development on Contaminated or Unstable Land
  Policy DP2: Development on Landfill Sites
  Policy DP3: Development and Flood Risk
  Policy DP4: Development and Pollution
  Policy DP5: Hazardous Installations
8 CONSERVATION OF THE HISTORIC ENVIRONMENT
  Policy C1: Development and Conservation Areas
  Policy C2: Demolition of Listed Buildings or Buildings in Conservation Areas
  Policy C3: Conservation Areas - Changes of Use
  Policy C4: Setting of Listed Buildings
  Policy C5: Use of Listed Buildings
  Policy C6: Alteration of Listed Buildings
  Policy C7: Listed Buildings and S.106 Agreements
  Policy C8: Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest
  Policy C9: Archaeological Features
9 TRANSPORT
  Policy T1: Park and Ride Bus Services
  Policy T2: Public Transport: Bus Priority Measures
  Policy T3: Public Transport: Railway Lines and Stations
  Policy T4: Freight Transport by Rail
  Policy T5: Highway Improvements - Broughton Bypass
  Policy T6: Completion of Motorway Junction 31A
  Policy T7: Highway Improvements - Distributor Roads
  Policy T8: Cyclists and Pedestrians
  Policy T9: City Centre: Traffic Management/Pedestrian Priority Proposals
  Policy T10: Traffic Management
  Policy T11: City Centre: Public Off-Street Car Parking
  Policy T12: Public On-Street Car Parking
  Policy T13: City Centre - Private Non-Residential Car Parking
  Policy T14: Public Off-Street Car Parking outside the City Centre
  Policy T15: Access for People with Reduced Mobility: Buildings and Premises
  Policy T16: Access for People with Reduced Mobility: Disabled Badge Holders and Community Transport Services
  Policy T17: Access for People with Reduced Mobility: Pedestrian Environments
  Policy T18: Motorway Service Areas
  Policy T19: General Transport Considerations
  Policy T20: Traffic Generation
  Policy T21: Development in relation to Trunk Roads
  Policy T22: Private Non-Residential Car Parking: Preston City Centre
  Policy T23: Private Non-Residential Car Parking: Inner Urban Area
  Policy T24: Private Non-Residential Car Parking: Outer Urban and Rural Areas
  Policy T25: Car Parking for Residents
10 DEVELOPER RESPONSIBILITY
  Policy DR1: Developer Responsibility
11 HOUSING AND RESIDENTIAL AREAS
  Policy H1: Housing Development outside Allocated Areas
  Policy H2: Housing over Shops
  Policy H3: Affordable Housing in Rural Areas
  Policy H4: Caravan Sites for Gypsies
  Policy H5: Development Proposals in Existing Residential Areas
  Policy H6: Backland Development
  Policy H7: Residential Conversions
  Policy H8: House Extensions
  Policy H9: Hostels, Homes and Care Facilities
  Policy H10: New Business and Employment Uses in Residential Areas
  Policy H11: Business and Commercial Restraint Area
  Policy H12: Community and other Non-Residential Uses
  Policy H13: Day Nurseries and Play Groupsity
  Policy H14: Housing Renewal and Improvement
12 BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
 

Policy W1: Provision for New Business and Industrial Development

  Policy W2: Existing Business and Industrial Areas
  Policy W3: Uses Falling outside a Use Class Order
  Policy W4: Employment Uses Falling outside the Preferred Category
  Policy W5: Telecommunications
13 SHOPPING
 

Policy S1: City Centre – Retail Development in the Principle Retail Core

  Policy S2: City Centre – Retail Development within the City Centre Shopping Area outside the Principal Retail Core
  Policy S3: City Centre - Primary Retail Frontages
  Policy S4: City Centre Shopping Area - Secondary Frontages
  Policy S5: City Centre Shopping Area - Development of Premises outside Defined Retail Frontages
  Policy S6: Major Retail Development within the City Centre outside the Principal Retail Core
  Policy S7: New Small Scale Retail Development within and outside Local Centres
  Policy S8: Local Centres – Non-Retail Uses
  Policy S9: Other Shops in the Urban Area
  Policy S10: Access to Upper Floors above Retail/Business Premises
  Policy S11: Hot Food Shops
  Policy S12: Out-of-Centre Convenience Goods Shopping
  Policy S13: Out-of-Centre Durable Goods Shopping
  Policy S14: Factory/Warehouse Retailing
  Policy S15: Leisure Based Retailing
14 COMMUNITY AND LEISURE FACILITIES
 

Policy CLF1: Large Scale Leisure Facilities

  Policy CLF2: Small Scale Leisure Facilities
  Policy CLF3: New Golf Courses
  Policy CLF4: Amusement Centres
  Policy CLF5: Water Based Recreation
  Policy CLF6: Public Rights of Way
  Policy CLF7: Tourism related Caravan and Chalet Development
  Policy CLF8: Horses
  Policy CLF9: Community Facilities
  Policy CLF10: Allotments
15 DESIGN
 

Policy D1: Design Criteria

  Policy D2: The Local Context
  Policy D3: Daylight and Sunlight
  Policy D4: Safety and Security
  Policy D5: Tall Buildings
  Policy D6: Vistas
  Policy D7: The Layout of Development
  Policy D8: Accessibility
  Policy D9: Works of Public Art
  Policy D10: Public Art and New Development
  Policy D11: Landscape Treatment
  Policy D12: Housing Development
  Policy D13: House Extensions
  Policy D14: Shop Fronts
  Policy D15: Retail Warehousing and Industrial Development
  Policy D16: Advertisements
  Policy D17: Advertisement Hoardings
  Policy D18: Rural Development
  Policy D19: The Conversion of Rural Buildings
16 RENEWABLE ENERGY
 

Policy RE1: Renewable Energy

  Policy RE2: Wind Energy
17 SITE SPECIFIC POLICIES
 

Policy SS1: Mixed Use Frontages

  Policy SS2: Appropriate City Centre Uses
  Policy SS3: Land adjacent to Ringway/Falkland Street
  Policy SS4: Fox Street/Corporation Street Surgeon's Court
  Policy SS5: Avenham street
  Policy SS6: University of Central Lancashire
  Policy SS7: St. Joseph’s Hospital, Mount Street
  Policy SS8: Princes Building, Lancaster Road
  Policy SS9: Hill Street/Ringway
  Policy SS10: Site of former St. Mary's Church, Friargate Brow
  Policy SS11: Hope Street/Corporation Street
  Policy SS12: Walker Street/Great Shaw Street
  Policy SS13: Former Gold Thread Works Avenham Road
  Policy SS14: Shepherd Street
  Policy SS15: Manchester Road/Grimshaw Street
  Policy SS16: Church Street/Pole Street
  Policy SS17: Ringway/Cottage Street
  Policy SS18: Queen Street/Dale Street
  Policy SS19: Bow Lane Market Site
  Policy SS20: Leighton Street (Gypsy Site and adjacent land)
  Policy SS21: Walker Street/Lawson Street
  Policy SS22: Centenary Mill, New Hall Lane
  Policy SS23: Deepdale Street/Fletcher Road Coal Yard
  Policy SS24: Deepdale Mill, Deepdale Mill Street
  Policy SS25: Brockholes View/Birley Bank
  Policy SS26: Aqueduct Mill
  Policy SS27: St. Mary’s Church, St. Mary’s Street
  Policy SS28: Land at New Hall Lane/London Road
  Policy SS29: Land at Moor Lane
  Policy SS30: Cattle Market
  Policy SS31: Riversway Phase B
  Policy SS32: Riversway Sites 5/6
  Policy SS33: Sharoe Green Hospital
  Policy SS34: Fulwood Barracks
  Policy SS35: Tennyson Road Mill
  Policy SS36: Cottam Hall Brickworks
  Policy SS37: Cottam Local Centre
  Policy SS38: Longsands Local Centre
   
   
 
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