Other policy documents
Waste and minerals local plans and transport policy documents are also produced for Stroud District. Neighbouring authorities produce local plans which may result in impacts upon areas within Stroud District.
Stroud District Council has also produced mitigation strategies where necessary to comply with the Habitats Regulation Assessment.
Waste and minerals
Gloucestershire County Council is the local planning authority for waste and minerals planning matters within Stroud District.
The following documents are, or will, form part of the development plan for Stroud District:
Please contact Gloucestershire Council for further information regarding these documents.
Gloucestershire County Council is the local highway authority for Stroud District.
- The Local Transport Plan for Gloucestershire (LTP3) sets out the transport strategy for the County from 2011 to 2026
HRA Mitigation Strategies
Under the Habitats Directive, Stroud District Council has a duty to ensure that all the activities the Council regulates have no adverse effect on the integrity of any of the Natura 2000 sites. Together Special Protection Areas (SPAs) and Special Areas of Conservation (SACs) make up the network of Natura 2000 sites. The effect of the Directive is to require the Council as local planning authority to ensure that no likely significant adverse effects arise from any proposed development scheme or Local Plan.
A new website page has been created for HRA matters and is available here.