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 See also
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Planning policy

The planning policy team prepare local planning documents for the city and undertake joint planning with East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

New plans under preparation

The local development scheme (LDS) specifies the development plan documents that we intend to produce and a programme for their production. It is updated on a regular basis to reflect necessary changes to the programme.

The development plan documents that we are producing are -

  • New Hull Local Plan – The local plan is an important document that will be used to determine planning applications in the city. Once adopted, the local plan will be used to guide new development in the city, up to 2032. It will include a key diagram, indicating locations for development at a strategic level, as well as specific site allocations. This will replace the Saved Hull Local Plan (2000)
  • Kingswood area action plan - A plan for the Kingswood area of Hull
  • Joint Waste Plan – a joint plan for Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire. Hull City Council is taking the lead on production
  • Joint Minerals Plan – a joint plan for Hull and East Riding of Yorkshire. East Riding of Yorkshire Council is taking the lead on production
  • Community Infrastructure Levy

You can download the latest local development scheme (LDS) below -


Current plans

Adopted planning documents have gone through the statutory process and form part of the development plan for the city. This means that they are the starting point for determining planning applications. The following documents have been adopted by Hull City Council -

Authority Monitoring Reports 2015

Authority Monitoring Reports are required to be published on the council’s website at least annually.

An annual report has been prepared for the period March 2014 to April 2015. This includes both statutory data and information to prepare for the adoption of the new local plan.


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