Following the adoption of the Local Plan Part one in January 2017, the city Council’s planning teams are now looking ahead at the Local Plan Part two.

Part two of the Local plan will look at providing more detailed policies to guide planning decisions all the way up to 2028.

As the first stage in preparing the Part two Plan, the planning team have published the ‘Issues and Options’ consultation document and are seeking your views on a number of potential policy approaches.

Councillor Martin Rawson, Deputy Council Leader and Cabinet Member for Regeneration and the Economy commented:

“Derby’s Local Plan is fundamental in shaping the future of the City. We need the views of local residents to ensure we make the best choices for the city and residents, not just for the near-future but also for the long term.”

Who can take part?

We’re asking all residents in the city for their views on the plans.

How can I take part?

Residents can take part by downloading and completing the comments form. Copies will also be available in local libraries.

There is a freepost address for you to send it back to the team.

Where can I found out more?

You can find out more in the ‘Issues and Options’ consultation document or on our website.  Copies of all the documents on our website are also available in libraries across the city.

Residents will also be able to talk to an officer at a number of sessions being held at the Council House, Booth 30, between 9.30am and 3.30pm on the following dates:

  • Tuesday 20th March
  • Tuesday 27th March
  • Tuesday 3rd April
  • Tuesday 10th April

When can I take part?

The consultation is open until 5.00pm on Friday 13th April.