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Joint Minerals Local Plan

Hull does not have any viable mineral reserves, however there are a number of interlinkages between Hull and the East Riding in terms of imports, transport, preparation and use of minerals. For this reason it is important to prepare a joint plan which encompasses minerals interests in both authorities' areas.

The East Riding of Yorkshire Council is leading on production of the plan with Hull City Council. It will replace the joint minerals local plan which was adopted in January 2004.

Due to the specialist nature of the work, consultants have been engaged to prepare the joint minerals local plan. A programme of work has been agreed that seeks to enable the plan to be formulated in accordance with both authorities' local development schemes.

Find out more about the current stage of the Joint Minerals Plan (link opens in a new window)

The National Planning Policy Framework requires a Local Aggregate Assessment to be prepared to provide evidence for Minerals Plans. This has been carried out between East Riding of Yorkshire, Hull City Council, North East Lincolnshire and North Lincolnshire Councils because planning for minerals is a strategic planning issue that crosses local authority boundaries.

As part of preparing the Local Aggregate Assessment, consultation with the minerals industry and other key stakeholders is important. The draft assessment was available for consultation and can be accessed below.


For information about the plan or assessment, contact - 

Development Management
East Riding of Yorkshire Council
County Hall
Beverley
HU17 9BA

Or send your comments via email to beverley.dc@eastriding.gov.uk

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