The current Local Plan is a set of planning policies adopted to inform development and land use in the Broads.
It is used in determining planning applications and promoting appropriate development. The policies which make up the current plan are set out below. The current plan will be replaced when the new Local Plan is adopted.
The Site Specific Policies apply to a particular site or area such as development boundaries for some settlements and site allocations or protections. Full details can be found on the Sites Specifics policies page.
Development Management Policies were adopted in 2011 to provide the main policies that guide the determination of planning applications in the Broads, including within the flood plain and economic development in a protected landscape. These detailed policies are developed from the strategic principles set out in the Core Strategy. You can access the complete Development Management Policies document or request a paper version by contacting us.
Any policies from the 1997 Local Plan which were identified in September 2014 as remaining in force and forming part of the development plan for the Broads can be found in the 1997 saved policies document.
The following documents from Norfolk and Suffolk county councils form part of the current Broads Local Plan.
You can find further supplementary documents under the Supporting documents and evidence page including Annual Monitoring Reports, the Development and Flood Risk planning document, the Local Development Scheme and Landscape Character studies and assessments.