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Premium member Presentation Transcript PowerPoint Presentation: Proposed Local Development Plan – January 2012 Fossoway Settlements - Long Term Development Strategy Focus on POWMILL AND RUMBLING BRIDGE Tuesday 28 February 2012PowerPoint Presentation: 4/14/2012 2PowerPoint Presentation: 4/14/2012 3PowerPoint Presentation: 4PowerPoint Presentation: 2. The Vision and Objectives 2.1 Introduction 2.1.1 The Local Development Plan gives a local context to the Visions set out in the Strategic Development Plan and the Council’s Corporate Plan. 2.1.2 “By 2032 the TAYplan region will be sustainable, more attractive, competitive and vibrant without creating an unacceptable burden on our planet. The quality of life will make it a place of first choice where more people choose to live, work and visit, and where businesses choose to invest and create jobs.” TAYplan, 2011, Proposed Strategic Development Plan , p6 2.2 The Local Development Plan Vision Statement 2.2.1 The Vision recognises the considerable strengths of our area and the many challenges it faces. We recognise the area has experienced significant population growth in recent years and that this trend is likely to continue. There is a need to embrace this opportunity and ensure that the area’s prosperity continues and improves; that the benefits are more widely and equitably shared; and that our environment is protected and improved. Our vision is of a Perth and Kinross which is dynamic, attractive and effective which protects its assets whilst welcoming population and economic growth.PowerPoint Presentation: 2.3. Local Development Plan Key Objectives 2.3.1. In order to deliver the Vision, the Plan must address a range of overarching issues. 2.3.2. Creating quality places 2.3.3. Climate change 2.3.4. Green networks and biodiversity 2.3.5. Housing 2.3.6. Economy 2.3.7. Infrastructure 6PowerPoint Presentation: Tayplan 3a & b mixed – await presentation or make new. 7PowerPoint Presentation: Demographic Change and Population Projections 2.4.4 Meeting the needs of a growing and changing population is one of the many challenges we face. We have experienced growth for a sustained period and the area continues to be one of the fastest growing in Scotland. Whilst the current economic climate may be slowing that the population increased by 2.5% in the three years to 2010 (Source GROS 2010). 2.4.5 For future growth projections TAYplan has adopted the Scottish Governments 2006-based projection. These suggest a population for Perth and Kinross of 163,327 by 2024, an increase of over 16,000 from the 2010 mid-year estimated population (Source GROS 2010). However, these are based on past trends which coincided with a period of significant economic growth in Scotland coupled with high levels of in-migration. Despite the current economic downturn, a population growth projection of 22% to 2031 (as per our Single Outcome Agreement) continues to be the basis of the LDPPowerPoint Presentation: 9PowerPoint Presentation: Housing Growth in & Population Changes FOSSOWAY 1981 – 2001 = + 120 houses 2001 – 2009 = + 51 houses Population 1981 = 947 Population 1991 = 1374 Population 2001 = 1735 Projected population 2024 = ? 10PowerPoint Presentation: 11PowerPoint Presentation: New Single Development – Main Issues Generic Comments on Policy Protect & enhance the amenity of existing residents Protect prime agricultural land & scenic landscape Retention of areas of great landscape value A977 mitigation measures Restoration of rail track through Shire. 12PowerPoint Presentation: 13 Policies Placemaking Economic Development Retail and Commercial Development Residential Development Transport and Accessibility Community Facilities, Sport and Recreation The Historic Environment The Natural Environment Environmental Resources Environmental Protection and Public Safety.PowerPoint Presentation: 14 Placemaking (PM1 – PM3) Placemaking Design Statements Infrastucture ContributionsPowerPoint Presentation: 15 Economic Development (ED1 – ED5) Employment and Mixed Use Areas Communications Infrastructure Rural Business and Diversification Caravan Sites, Chalets and Timeshare Developments Major Tourism ResortsPowerPoint Presentation: Retail and Commercial Development (RC1 – RC4 ) Town and Neighbourhood Centres Perth City Centre Secondary Uses Area Commercial Centres Retail and Commercial Leisure Proposals 16PowerPoint Presentation: Residential Development (RD1 – RD6) Residential Areas Pubs and Clubs – Residential Areas Housing in the Countryside Affordable Housing Gypsy/Travellers’ Sites Particular Needs Housing Accommodation 17PowerPoint Presentation: Transport and Accessibility (TA1) Transport Standards and Accessibility Requirements Community Facilities, Sport and Recreation (CF1 – CF3) Open Space Retention and Provision Public Access Community Facilities 18PowerPoint Presentation: The Historic Environment (HE1 – HE5) Scheduled Monuments and Non-Designated Archaeology Listed Buildings Conservation Areas Gardens and Designed Landscapes Protection, Promotion and Interpretation of Historic Battlefields 19PowerPoint Presentation: The Natural Environment (NE1 – NE6) Environment and Conservation Policies Forestry Woodland and Trees Biodiversity Green Infrastructure Green Belt Perth Lade Green Corridor 20PowerPoint Presentation: Environmental Resources (ER1 – ER6) Renewable and Low Carbon Energy Generation Electricity Transmission Infrastructure Minerals and Other Extractive Activities – Safeguarding Minerals and Other Extractive Activities – Supply Prime Agricultural Land Managing Future Landscape Change to Conserve and Enhance the Diversity and Quality of the Area’s Landscapes 21PowerPoint Presentation: 22PowerPoint Presentation: Environmental Protection and Public Safety (EP1 – EP14) Climate Change, Carbon Reduction and Sustainable Construction New Development and Flooding Water Environment and Drainage Health and Safety Consultation Zones Nuisance from Artificial Light and Light Pollution Lunan Valley Catchment Area Drainage within the Loch Leven Catchment Area Noise Pollution Waste Management Infrastructure Management of Inert and Construction Waste Air Quality Management Areas Contaminated Land Airfield Safeguarding Blairingone Ground Conditions 23PowerPoint Presentation: Supplementary Guidance to be consulted on at the same time as the LDP Policy Guidance Affordable Housing Guide Housing in the Countryside Guide Loch Leven Special Protection Area and Ramsar Site Advice to planning applicants for phosphorus and foul drainage in the catchment – produced jointly by SNH, SEPA & PKC River Tay SAC advice for Developers – produced jointly by SNH, SEPA and PKC A Guide to Incorporating Biodiversity into Development Householders’ Guide to Biodiversity Biodiversity: A Developer’s Guide Developer Contributions December 2011 incorporating Primary Education and A9 Junction Guidance Airfield Safeguarding 24PowerPoint Presentation: Housing Market Area Housing Requirement 2010 – 2024 Effective Supply at March 2011 Audit Additional Houses required Highland Perthshire 1120 190 930 Kinross 880 400 480 Perth 7240 2990 4250 Strathearn 1820 1285 535 Strathmore and the Glens 1680 625 1055 Total PKC 12740 5490 7250PowerPoint Presentation: Table 4 Housing Density Range Density Range Indicative Low 2-10 per ha. 6 per ha. Medium 11-19 per ha. 15 per ha. High 20-34 per ha. 27 per ha. High flatted/sheltered 35-60 per ha. 47 per ha. Figure 14 – Proposed Housing Density Ranges Density Range (per ha) Indicative No. (per ha) Low (housing) <10 5 Medium (housing) 11-25 20 High (housing) 26-40 35 High (flatted/sheltered) 31-65 55PowerPoint Presentation: 28PowerPoint Presentation: THE PLAN IDENTIFIED THREE SETTLEMENTS, MILNATHORT, BLAIRINGONE AND CROOK OF DEVON, WHERE THE COUNCIL PROPOSED TO PROGRESS WITH THE COMMUNITY, LANDOWNERS AND OTHERS DISCUSSION IN ORDER TO FORMULATE LONG-TERM DEVELOPMENT STRATEGIES FOR EACH AREA THE RESULT OF WHICH WOULD BE INCORPORATED INTO ANY SUBSEQUENT REVIEW OF THE LOCAL PLAN. 31PowerPoint Presentation: The additional land required to meet the projected build rate is calculated through the following: (A) – (B + C + D) = E (A) Housing Land Requirement (B) Completions 2010 – 2011 (C) Effective Land Supply 2011 (D) Windfall Sites (10% of Housing Land Requirement) (E) Additional Allocation Required Housing Market Area A B C D E Housing Land Requirement Completions 2010-2011 Effective Supply 2011 Windfall Sites Additional Allocations Required Kinross 880 30 400 90 360PowerPoint Presentation: 35PowerPoint Presentation: 36PowerPoint Presentation: 37PowerPoint Presentation: 38PowerPoint Presentation: 39PowerPoint Presentation: 40PowerPoint Presentation: PowmillPowerPoint Presentation: 42PowerPoint Presentation: ScotlandwellPowerPoint Presentation: Useful Contacts, www.fossoway.org www.tayplan.sdpa.gov.uk www.pkc.gov.uk/ProposedLDP Also ‘Email firstname.lastname@example.org Or write to Development Plan Team, Environment Service, PKC, Pullar House, 35 Kinnoull Street, PERTH, PH1 5GD When making representations, planners want to know para no. policy or site reference and what, if any, changes you seek. 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