The first meeting with the Inspector will take place on the 21st September
The planning inspector will discuss the plan's legal soundness and whether the council has met its 'Duty to Cooperate' obligations, as-sessing how we've worked together with neighbouring authorities.
The Stage 2 hearings are scheduled to take place from 24th to 27th October and from 1st to 3rd November and will cover the Plan’s over-arching strategy and associated policies.
July 7 2017 The Inspector has raised a number of issues to which Welwyn Hatfield Council have to respond
Submission of the Welwyn Hatfield Local Plan
The Local Plan and its accompanying Submission Documents have been submitted to the Secretary of State for independent examination.
The following documents are now available to view on the Council’s website, and at 16 Inspection Points around the borough. North Mymms Parish Council is one such site.
- The Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council Draft Local Plan Proposed Submission 2016;
- The Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council Draft Local Plan Proposed Submission Policies Map 2016;
- Errata to the Draft Local Plan and Policies Map regarding the boundary of site SDS1 (WGC4);
- Schedule of the Council’s Minor Modifications to the Local Plan and Policies Map;
- The Sustainability Appraisal Report 2016 and separate errata relating to three minor errors;
- Habitats Regulations Assessment Report 2016;
- Regulation 22 Consultation Statement for the 2016 consultation, plus 7 appendices covering each previous stage of consultation back to 2007.
All of the representations on the 2016 Local Plan consultation (including Policies Maps, Sustainability Appraisal and Habitats Regulations Assessment) and a range of Supporting Documents can also be viewed online, as well as by appointment at the Principal Office in Welwyn Garden City. Due to their size and number, these documents are not available at the other Inspection Points.
The Welwyn Hatfield Local Plan will be the blueprint for future growth in the borough.
The Local Plan will shape the future of development in our towns and villages between now and 2032 - new homes, new jobs and business premises, open spaces and community facilities for people to use and infrastructure such as roads, schools and healthcare. It is about supporting the growth of Welwyn Hatfield and a vibrant local economy.
The consultation period ran until the 24th October 2016
Full details of the Local Plan are available online at Welwyn Hatfield Local Plan
A CD of the documentation is available for loan
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR NORTH MYMMS?
The following are the recommended sites:
- WeG4b (SDS7) Marshmoor – 80 dwellings and 40,500m² of employment land
Gascoyne Cecil hosted their own site-specific exhibition regarding Marshmoor on 13th October
- GTLAA01(HS35) Foxes Lane - 12 pitches
- Hat11 (HS11)Land at Southway (next to New Barnfield) – 120 dwellings
- BrP4 (HS22)Land west of Brookmans Park - 250 dwellings
- The developer's proposal for this site is contained below
- BrP13 West of Golf Club Road - 14 dwellings
- BRP14 East of Golf Club Road – 10 dwellings
- BrP7 Hawkshead Road (on a reduced site area) - 100 dwellings
- The Royal Veterinary College proposal for this site is contained below
- LHe1 Land north of Hawkshead Road – 35 dwellings
Welwyn Hatfield Borough council have held drop in sessions.
You do so by registering at the WHBC Local Plan portal
The system will ask you to specify a username – you can use the same email address as your username.
Click on ‘Register as Consultee’
Once you have registered you will receive an email that asks you to follow a link to confirm your registration – just click on this link and it will take you to a log in screen.
On subsequent occasions: Log in directly http://consult.welhat.gov.uk/portal/