Remitted Greater Norwich Joint Core Strategy Found Sound


This deals with the parts of the core strategy that were remitted for reconsideration following the judgment of the High Court in Heard v Broadland DC and others [2012] Env. L.R. 23.m this found that it did not meet the @forest Heath’ Test in examining reasonable alternatives in the Broadland District area to a startegic allocation.

The Planning Inspectorate appointed Inspector David Vickery DIPT&CP MRTPI to conduct the examination and on 13 November 2013 the Inspector issued his final report. The report concludes that, subject to a number of Main Modifications, the Joint Core Strategy for Broadland, Norwich and South Norfolk, the Broadland part of the Norwich Policy Area Local Plan is sound and is an appropriate basis for the future planning of the area.

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