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Site Specific Allocations and Development Management Policies

Poole Site Specific Allocations and Development Management Policies Development Plan Document (DPD) was adopted in April 2012. It builds on the strategic needs set out in the Core Strategy, by identifying where and how future development requirements for the town will be delivered. It also includes a suite of Development Management policies, that replace the majority of 'saved' policies in the Poole Local Plan First Alteration. The various stages through to adoption of the DPD are outlined below with documents viewable by clicking on the underlined live links:

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Issues and Options Consultation

This consultation ran from 30 July to 10 September 2007 and the responses received informed the next stage of the consultation process.

Continued Consultation

This consultation ran from 30 September to 30 November 2008 and the responses received informed the Preferred Options for Sites Consultation document.

Preferred Options for Sites Consultation

This consultation ran from 25 August to 6 October 2009 and the responses received informed the Pre-Submission Consultation document.

Pre-Submission Consultation

This consultation ran from 4 April to 27 May 2011 and the responses received informed the Submission Document.

Submission Document

The Submission document was submitted to the Secretary of State on 2 August 2011 with a Public Examination heard on 15 and 16 November 2011 followed by the Inspector's Report on 30 January 2012.

Adopted Document

At the Council meeting held on 24 April 2012, we formally resolved to adopt the Poole Site Specific Allocations and Development Management Policies DPD accompanied by a Sustainability Appraisal. Given the size of the document it is available in a number of sections below:

Pages 1-22 - Executive Summary, Introduction and Locally Distinctive and Self-Reliant Places
Pages 23-36 - Realising Poole's Economic Potential
Pages 37-50 - Revitalising the Town Centre
Pages 51-62 - Meeting Poole's Housing Needs
Pages 63-76 - Accessibility and the Prime Transport Corridors
Pages 77-140 - Priority Areas in Need to Investment, Areas Where Change will be Carefully Managed, Monitoring and Implementation, Glossary of Terms and Appendix.

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