Minerals and waste joint plan
Minerals and waste joint plan
As minerals and waste planning authorities, North Yorkshire County Council, the City of York Council and the North York Moors National Park Authority are producing a minerals and waste joint plan.
The minerals and waste joint plan will, once finalised, set out new planning policies for minerals and waste developments across all three areas which will guide decisions on planning applications up to 31 December 2030.
The minerals and waste joint plan is intended to deal with key questions about future development such as:
- Where should future minerals and waste development be directed;
- When should future development take place; and
- What sort of development should take place and how should it be implemented.
Engagement with the public, the minerals and waste industry and other organisations is a key part of the process and has enabled the authorities to take into account the views of those with an interest in the plan.
Why produce a minerals and waste joint plan
Advice and guidance produced by the Government seeks to move towards enhanced working between local authorities on areas of common interest to achieve sustainable development. The nature of minerals and waste developments mean that often there are implications beyond individual planning authorities' boundaries.
North Yorkshire County Council, the City of York Council and North York Moors National Park Authority have decided to produce a minerals and waste joint plan so that strategic issues can be addressed on a greater than local level and to help comply with the 'duty to co-operate'. Production of a joint plan is also expected to be more efficient than producing three separate plans.
The current timetable for production of the minerals and waste joint plan was agreed in 2016 and is summarised as follows:
|Minerals and waste joint plan||Date|
|Preparation of minerals and waste joint plan||May 2013 to October 2016|
|Examination||April 2017 to October 2017|
The Authorities are currently reviewing the timetable for submission of the Minerals and Waste Joint Plan and an update will be provided here shortly.
Joint minerals and waste plan members working group
The joint minerals and waste plan members working group has been established to provide a forum at which members of City of York Council, North Yorkshire County Council and North York Moors National Park Authority can jointly discuss matters relating to the content and preparation of the minerals and waste joint plan. Agendas and notes of the meetings will be provided here for information.
|Date of meeting||Documents|
|11 November 2014||Agenda and minutes for 11 November 2014 [118kb]|
|23 January 2015||Agenda and minutes for 23 January 2015 [782kb]|
|24 March 2015||Agenda and minutes for 24 March 2015 [139kb]|
|6 July 2015||Agenda and minutes for 6 July 2015 [306kb]|
|12 September 2016||Agenda and minutes for 12 September 2016 [202kb]|
|16 January 2017||Agenda for 16th January 2017 [109kb]|
Keeping up to date with developments
If you would like to be kept up to date with the progress of the plan please contact us and request to be added to our database where you will be notified when the plan reaches the next stage.
Minerals and waste plan publication period for representations November / December 2016
Following the minerals and waste joint plan preferred options consultation the responses, along with related evidence, were considered and used to help develop the final draft version of the plan for publication for representations on legal compliance and soundness. The period of time for making representations on the publication version of the minerals and waste joint plan is now closed. Any representations received after the deadline cannot be accepted as being duly made. However, we will forward any late representations to the planning inspector for their information. A copy of the documents presented as part of the publication period are available below for reference only. The representations submitted in response to the publication document are currently being considered and the minerals and waste joint plan documents are being progressed ready for submission to the planning inspectorate in spring 2017. A table listing the respondents and a copy of the submitted representations is available in the table below, due to the volume of representations received the representations have been split into four groups. A report containing a summary of the representations is also available in the table below.
Minerals and waste joint plan publication version
|Publication main plan document [5Mb]||Publication document presenting vision, objectives and policies for minerals and waste joint plan.|
|Appendix 1 - allocated sites [19Mb]||Appendix 1, which provides details about allocated sites.|
|Appendix 2 - sites proposed for safeguarding [15Mb]||Appendix 2, which provides details about existing waste and infrastructure sites which are safeguarded.|
|Appendix 3 - monitoring framework [322kb]||Appendix 3, details of framework to be used for monitoring implementation of policies once minerals and waste joint plan is adopted.|
|Appendix 4 - saved policies replaced by the minerals and waste joint plan [479kb]||Appendix 4, details of which saved policies in existing minerals and waste plans or other local plans will be superseded by policies in the minerals and waste joint plan once adopted.|
|Summary of responses to Publication document [1Mb]||Summary of responses to Publication document|
|List of repondents to Publication document [108kb]||List of respondents to Publication document|
|Combined representaions Part 1 [27Mb]||Copies of representations making comments against the Publication document. Part 1|
|Combined representaions Part 2 [24Mb]||Copies of representations making comments against the Publication document. Part 2|
|Combined representations Part 3 [22Mb]||Copies of representations making comments against the Publication document. Part 3|
|Combined representations Part 4 [15Mb]||Copies of representations making comments against the Publication document. Part 4|
Sustainability appraisal and other assessments
|Sustainability appraisal report - full report [3Mb]||Includes background to sustainability appraisal and how it has been applied to the minerals and waste joint plan.|
|Sustainability appraisal report - appendix 1, 2 and 4 - sustainability appraisal framework [10Mb]||Appendix 1 - sustainability appraisal framework.|
Appendix 2 - full policy assessments.
Appendix 4 - sustainability appraisal contribution to the evolution of the vision.
|Sustainability appraisal report - appendix 3 - assessments of sites part 1 (a-f) [9Mb]||Assessment of sites and areas of search.|
|Sustainability appraisal report - appendix 3 - assessment of sites part 2 (g-l) [9Mb]||Assessment of sites and areas of search.|
|Sustainability appraisal - non-technical summary main report [3Mb]||Non-technical summary for the sustainability appraisal for the mineral and waste joint plan.|
|Minerals and waste joint plan - habitats regulation assessment [3Mb]||HRA for publication stage.|
|Strategic flood risk assessment [20Mb]|
SFRA for publication stage.
|Sustainability scoping report [14Mb]||Sets out the context for the sustainability appraisal of the minerals and waste joint plan.|
Other main supporting documents
|Duty to cooperate statement [5Mb]||Document providing summary of duty to cooperate activity which has taken place during development of the minerals and waste joint plan.|
|Statement of consultation [6Mb]||Record of formal stages of consultation for the minerals and waste joint plan.|
|Minerals and waste development scheme - sixth review (2016) [476kb]||Local development scheme for the minerals and waste joint plan.|
|City of York local development scheme [6Mb]||Local development scheme for City of York Council.|
|North York Moors local development scheme [459kb]||Local development scheme for North York Moors National Park.|
|Equalities impact assessment - North Yorkshire County Council [43kb]||North Yorkshire County Council equalities impact assessment for minerals and waste joint plan.|
|Communities impact assessment - City of York Council [396kb]||City of York Council's community impact assessment for the minerals and waste joint plan.|
|Equalities impact assessment - North York Moors National Park Authority [152kb]||North York Moors National Park Authority's equalities impact assessment for minerals and waste joint plan.|
|North Yorkshire County Council - statement of community involvement [845kb]||North Yorkshire County Council's statement of community involvement for minerals and waste plan.|
|City of York Council - statement of community involvement [5Mb]||City of York Council's statement of community involvement.|
|North York Moors National Park Authority - statement of community involvement [551kb]||North York Moors National Park Authority's statement of community involvement.|
Other proposed submission documents including documents supporting the development of the plan are available below and also on the evidence base page, which includes proformas [4Mb] showing the progression of policies from preferred options to publication stage and discounted sites [12Mb] document. You can also view further details on the sustainability appraisal, strategic flood risk assessment and habitats regulation assessment pages.
An interactive map showing interpretation of preferred policies and site allocations is available here:
Alternatively, see a hard copy of the policies map in the table below. The area covered by the plan is large so has been divided into different sections. See this policies map showing the different areas [1Mb] to help you identify the particular map you would like to look at.
Preferred options document
The documents below are the documents used during the preferred option consultation and are here for information only. The documents to be considered at the publication stage are currently available on the consultation page.
|Preferred options consultation leaflet [2Mb]||Leaflet providing background information to the preferred options consultation|
|Preferred options main consultation document [5Mb]||Preferred options consultation document presenting preferred policies|
|Appendices: Contents page [6kb]||Contents page for appendices|
|Appendix 1: Preferred and discounted sites [19Mb]||Appendix 1, which provides details about submitted sites and whether they have been preferred or discounted|
|Appendix 2: Sites proposed for safeguarding [15Mb]||Appendix 2, which provides details about existing waste and infrastructure sites which are being proposed for safeguarding|
|Appendix 3: Monitoring framework [322kb]||Details of proposed framework to be used for monitoring implementation of policies once minerals and waste joint plan is adopted|
|Appendix 4: Saved policies superseded by preferred options policies [479kb]||Details of which current saved policies will be superseded by policies in the minerals and waste joint plan once adopted|
|Summary of responses report for Preferred Options Consultation [2Mb]||Report containing a summary of all the responses received in relation to the preferred options consultation|
|Authorities response to preferred options comments (Aug 2016) [3Mb]||Report containing a summary of all responses received in relation to the preferred options consultation, and the authorities response to these.|
Sustainability appraisal and other assessments
Consultation on additional or revised sites January 2015
The minerals and waste joint plan issues and options consultation took place early in 2014, which included initial details of minerals and waste sites submitted to the authorities for consideration as to whether they were suitable for inclusion in the joint plan. One of the outcomes from the issues and options consultation were the submission of new and revised sites which have subsequently been put out for consultation in the supplementary sites document January 2015. This consultation has now closed and a summary of responses is available to view in the table below. The consultation document is available to view in the table below:
|Supplementary sites consultation letter (Jan 2015) [373kb]||Letter introducing supplementary sites consultation|
|Supplementary sites consultation (Jan 2015) [6Mb]||Supplementary sites consultation document January 2015|
|Summary of responses to supplementary sites consultation [2Mb]||Report of summary of responses to supplementary sites consultation|
All of the sites will be subject to a detailed assessment using the site identification and assessment methodology which has now been finalised. There will be opportunity to comment further on the sites during the next consultation stage which will be the preferred options stage.
Minerals and waste joint plan issues and options consultation February 2014
The issues and options consultation pulled together the issues raised through the first consultation phase and from evidence gathering and sets out a range of options to address these. The consultation asked stakeholders to consider the issues and decide which is the most suitable option or options to deal with each issue. The consultation documents are available below, along with a summary of responses report [1Mb]. The sustainability appraisal, and habitats regulation assessment documents are accessible on their respective pages. A consultation process was also carried out in relation to these documents and a consultation outcomes report summarising the responses received and how these have been taken into account has been published on the sustainability appraisal page, alongside a finalised version of these documents.
|Issues and options leaflet [1Mb]||Summary information about the issues and options consultation|
|Issues and options consultation [17Mb]||Full document (low resolution)|
|Issues and options document part 1 of 3 [7Mb]||Chapters 1 to 9 in issues and options document (high resolution)|
|Issues and options document part 2 of 3 [22Mb]||Appendix 1 - mineral sites (high resolution)|
|Issues and options document part 3 of 3 [11Mb]||Appendix 1 - waste sites and appendix 2 - glossary (high resolution)|
|Summary of responses report for issues and options consultation [1Mb]||Report of summary of responses to issues and options consultation|
|Summary of responses report including authorities response for Issues and Options consulataion [1Mb]||Summary of responses report including authorities response, August 2015|
Minerals and waste joint plan first consultation April 2013
The minerals and waste joint plan first consultation took place in May and June 2013. A summary of the responses received is available below.
- First consultation leaflet [1Mb]
- First consultation - background paper [658kb]
- Summary of responses for First Consultataion [551kb]
- First consultation - how comments are being addressed [604kb]