Background
Background

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Housing

  1. Private sector stock condition survey

    This is a summary of the Private Sector Stock Condition Survey report. In this document you can read the main findings of the survey, which was done to help us find out about the condition of privately owned and privately rented housing in Copeland. The summary says what the condition of housing is like in different areas in Copeland.

Planning

  1. Whitehaven Conservation Areas Dev. Guide - Site 02

    Whitehaven Town Centre and High Street Conservation Areas - Development Guide April 2009

    Site 02: Albion Street South

    Part of the Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series

  2. Sustainability Appraisal of Pre-Submission Draft

    Copeland Core Strategy and Development Management Policies DPD - Sustainability Appraisal of Pre-Submission Draft May 2012

  3. Cumbria Gypsy and Traveller Draft Strategy 2010

    Cumbria Gypsy and Traveller Draft Strategy (2010)

  4. Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report April 2009

    Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report - April 2009

  5. Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series

    A number of documents have been produced as part of the Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series.

  6. Preferred Options Comment Form (2010)

    Archived Content (2010)

    Copeland Local Development Framework

    Core Strategy and Development Management Policies DPD

    Preferred Options Consultation

    Representation Form

     

     

     

  7. West Cumbria Spatial Master Plan (WP 5)

    West Cumbria Spatial Master Plan

    Tourism: Working Paper 5

    Final Report

    September 2006

  8. Copeland Air Quality Review and Assessment 2007

    Copeland Air Quality Review and Assessment

    Progress Report 2007

  9. Whitehaven Conservation Areas Dev. Guide - Site 04

    Whitehaven Town Centre and High Street Conservation Areas - Development Guide April 2009

    Site 04: Quay Street Car Park

    Part of the Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series

  10. West Cumbria Retail Study (2009) Appendix 6

    West Cumbria Retail Study (2009) - Appendix 6 - Focus Reports for Workington and Whitehaven

  11. Cumbria Biodiversity Evidence Base 2008

    Cumbria Biodiversity Evidence Base for Cumbria's Planning Authorities (June 2008)

    Produced by the Cumbria Biological Data Network

  12. PPG 17 Study Consultation Report

    Copeland Borough PPG 17 Study - Identification of Local Need - Community Consultation

  13. Leisure Studies Series

    In 2010 the Council commissioned a series of leisure studies examining open space, sport and recreation facilities for the Copeland Borough. The three reports are available to download below.

  14. Statement of Consultation - Submission

    Core Strategy and Development Management Policies DPD - Statement of Consultation - Submission (October 2012)

     

  15. West Cumbria Health Improvement Plan 2008-10

    West Cumbria Health Improvement Plan 2008-2010

     

  16. BEC Investment Strategy - Nuclear Topic Paper

    Britain's Energy Coast - Investment Strategy - Nuclear Topic Paper (December 2011)

  17. Whitehaven Conservation Area Mgmnt Plan

    Whitehaven Town Centre and High Street Conservation Areas - Management Plan (April 2009)

    Part of the Whitehaven Town Centre Heritage and Design Series

  18. West Cumbria Retail Study (2009) Appendix 1

    West Cumbria Retail Study (2009) - Appendix 1 - Survey Area Map

  19. Copeland Village Services Survey - October 2010

    Copeland Village Services Survey - October 2010

  20. Copeland PPG17 Study and Leisure Strategy 2011

    Copeland PPG17 Study and Leisure Strategy

    Part 1a: Open Space Assessment

    Final Report April 2011

  21. Infrastructure Deficit Report

    The Local Development Framework is underpinned by work on the Borough’s infrastructure. By “infrastructure” we mean the basic facilities, services, and installations needed to make Copeland work as a place to live, do business or visit. It falls into three broad categories: physical, such as roads and railways, drainage and energy supply systems - what many people would define as infrastructure; community infrastructure – schools, libraries, community centres, leisure, sports, cultural, health and police facilities; green infrastructure – parks and public open space, and also anything that contributes to or maintains biodiversity. 

    Development may increase pressure on aspects of infrastructure which are deficient or at capacity. Where this is the case, planning obligations can be imposed to make sure that developers contribute to work which mitigates the impact of the development. This might include, for example, improvements to road junctions to reduce traffic congestion, or the provision or improvement of open space and sports facilities.

  22. Schedule of Minor Modifications

    Copeland Core Strategy and Development Management Policies Public Examination - Schedule of Minor Modifications (17 October 2012)

  23. Copeland Play Strategy Update 2007-2012

    Copeland Play Strategy Update 2007-2012

  24. HRA Screening Report May 2012

    Habitats Regulations Assessment Screening Report May 2012

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