Cambridge Local Plan – Workshop

When: Wednesday 1st of February 2012 from 6pm to 9pm
Where: Small Hall in the Guildhall, Cambridge
Why: Workshop to allow residents to input views on the future development of Cambridge
Extra info: Sandwiches will be provided from 5.30pm
Cost: Free

What to do next: Confirm your attendance by 6th January 2012 via email: policysurveys@cambridge.gov.uk or telephone: 01223 457290.

What is the Cambridge Local Plan?

It is a key policy document that is produced by the City Council to manage the future development of land in Cambridge. The 2006 Local Plan now needs to be updated and work has been progressing on developing an evidence base of technical documents to support its review. The new Local Plan will guide development to 2031. The first formal stage of public consultation will take place on an Issues and Options Report, and this is due to take place in Summer 2012.

To feed into the Issues and Options Report, please attend the workshop. The workshop will provide an introduction to the Local Plan review process and there will also be interactive sessions where you will have an opportunity to input your views and aspirations on the future development of the City.

An agenda and relevant papers will be circulated prior to the workshop.

Want to get more involved?

If you’d like to meet up the Planning Policy Manager (Sara Saunders) on a one to one basis to discuss any issues relating to the Local Plan review then you can email her at: policysurveys@cambridge.gov.uk or telephone: 01223 457290.