1. Issues and Options consultation
East Devon District Council consulted the public on an Issues and Options report, which forms the first stage of preparing the new East Devon Local Plan (2021-2040) and sets out differing options/approaches that the plan could take, from January to March 15th 2021.
A Local Plan shows how an area will develop in the future and provides policies which will guide decisions on whether or not planning applications are granted.
Alongside the Issues and Options consultation we also ran:
- A Call for Sites, where members of the public could submit land for development;
- A Sustainability Appraisal scoping report consultation, to ensure that potential social, environmental and economic considerations are taken into account.
PLEASE NOTE: The consultation has now closed.
Any personal information which you provide will be held and used by East Devon District Council for the purpose of Local Plan production. Your information may also be shared within East Devon District Council for the purposes of carrying out our lawful functions.
Otherwise your personal information will not be disclosed to anybody outside East Devon District Council without your permission, unless there is a lawful reason to do so, for example disclosure is necessary for crime prevention or detection purposes.
Your information will be held securely and will not be retained for any longer than is necessary. There are a number of rights available to you in relation to our use of your personal information, depending on the reason for processing. Further detail about our use of your personal information can be found in the relevant Privacy Notice.
Please note that responses received will not be treated as confidential and they will be published on our council web site along with your name and if relevant the name of the organisation you represent. If you are an agent your name and organisation will be published as well as those of your client. Postal or email addresses will not be published unless they are embedded in documentation and cannot be readily blacked out.