Planning constraints and policy maps
COVID 19 - DEVELOPMENT SERVICES: SITE VISITS UPDATEStroud District Council Planners will be resuming site visits from Monday 8th June. Please bear with us as we have a significant backlog of site visits to undertake.
The introduction of site visits will be in phases, the first being sites that can be visited without entering a building.
Please read the full update under Coronavirus.
Check if the site is in a conservation area, area of outstanding natural beauty, if there are any trees with preservation orders on them or if there is an article 4 direction on the property.
See which specific policies are relevant for a site (with links to the Stroud District Local Plan 2015).
Please note buildings and structures may be considered as curtilage listed if within the historic curtilage (this may include buildings which have been converted but once belonged with the listed building (e.g. a coach house or barn)). If you are unsure if the structure is listed please email the address to firstname.lastname@example.org with a plan indicating the site and the reasons why you think it is or isn’t curtilage listed.
- Check if the property is within a flood zone. (External link to Environment Agency)