Your chance to say what changes you think the Council should make to the Bristol Local Plan
The Council are asking for your views on how the Bristol Local Plan should be changed. The Bristol Local Plan Review will update their policies for deciding planning applications.
The Local Plan
The Council uses the Local Plan to make decisions about development in the city over the next twenty years, so this consultation is your chance to influence what is in it.
The reviewed Local Plan will help deliver the new homes and jobs we need, shape our city for the future and safeguard the environmental assets we value most.
Why Should I Reply to this Consultation?
As the Local Plan will be used to decide what gets built, this is your chance to make sure Disabled people’s needs are included in it.
Also, the Council will use the results of this consultation to decide what should go into a draft plan. They will then consult on the draft plan later this year. This draft plan will include detailed policies and sites for development.
How Do I Get the Consultation Documents?
You can see the Bristol Local Plan Review Consultation at www.bristol.gov.uk/localplanreview. Or visit a library as they have reference copies you can see.
You need to send in your views by 13th April 2018 to the following address:
Strategic City Planning Team, City Hall, PO Box 3176, Bristol BS3 9FS,
or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org