Local Plan review
Local Plan review
Information on our review of the Local Plan and how to take part.
Local Plan review consultation
The new Local Plan will set out how Bristol will develop over the next 20 years. It will help deliver the new homes and jobs we need and safeguard the environmental assets we value.
The consultation on the Local Plan review has closed. There will be another consultation in March 2019.
Here is a summary of the responses we received:
Questions on the Local Plan document
For any questions about the Local Plan review you can contact us via: email@example.com
The Local Plan review will go through a number of stages of preparation.
There will be further community engagement and consultation in March 2019. After that the council will agree a publication version which will be made available for formal representations.
After the publication stage, the plan will be submitted for examination and will begin the process by which it may be formally adopted by the council.
Call for Sites
Developers, landowners, businesses, and other organisations are invited to tell us about potential sites for housing and/or economic development within Bristol City Council area.
For each site please complete a separate form and provide a map.
Download the form and guidance (word doc, 85KB) (opens new window) .(opens ne
Identifying a potential site does not guarantee that the Council will allocate it or support its development in the future. Sites will be assessed through the Local Plan process which will include public consultation.
Completed forms and maps should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report (pdf, 1.7MB) (opens new window) (opens new window) (opens new window)outlines the scope of the update to the Bristol Local Plan.
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To provide this service, we will process your comment, name, email address and address.
We are collecting this data because it is in the public interest to process this. Your name and comment may be made public as it will form part of the evidence base used to inform the creation of planning policy documents.
The above purposes may require disclosure of any data received in accordance with the Freedom of information Act 2000. We will use this information to assist in plan making and to contact you regarding the planning consultation process.
We will hold this information for 5 years and we will contact you to see if you wish to be contacted as part of other planning consultations before this period expires.
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