SEA/HRA Screening


Stroud 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.

A neighbourhood development plan may require a strategic environmental assessment (SEA) under the EU Regulations and/or a Habitat Regulations Assessment (HRA)– but this will depend on the content of the neighbourhood plan. To help local communities in the preparation of their Neighbourhood Plans Stroud District Council will be undertaking a SEA/HRA screening of draft plans to determine whether a SEA and/or HRA will be required.

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