by East Midlands Regional Local Government Association in [S.l.] .
Written in English
Title from cover.
|Contributions||East Midlands Regional Local Government Association.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
The East Midlands regional plan comprises the regional spatial strategy (RSS) for the period up to It provides a broad development strategy, identifies the scale and distribution of provision for new housing and priorities for the envrionment, transport, infrastructure, economic development, agriculture, energy, minsreals. waste treatment and disposal. Sets out the overall spatial strategy for the East Midlands and its main policy areas. Proposes sustainable development of the region's economy, infrastructure, housing and other land uses. Looks at built development, natural and cultural resources, transportation, communications and infrastructure, urban and rural networks and implementation and monitoring. For the purposes of this Regional Plan, the whole of the Peak District National Park is treated as part of the East Midlands Region. The main role of the Regional Plan is to provide a strategy within which local authorities' planning documents and Local Transport Plans can be prepared. Regional Spatial Strategy for the East Midlands, March rch Regional Spatial Strategy for the East Midlands (RSS8) was published in March following a partial revision of previous regional guidance to include issues raised by the since adopted Milton Keynes and South Midlands Sub-Regional Strategy. RSS8 provides a broad development strategy for the East Midlands region .
Until , the former East Midlands Regional Assembly (EMRA) in conjunction with the former East Midlands Development Agency (emda) undertook work on employment land on behalf of the 46 local authorities in the region, to inform the preparation of the Regional Spatial Strategy. Under the Localism Act , the Government intends to revoke the East. Preparation of a draft revision of Regional Planning Guidance for the South East (RPG9, March ) (including such part of the Milton Keynes and South Midlands Sub-Regional Strategy that applies in the region) and notification of the Secretary of State of intention to do so by the regional assembly. commissioned the East Midlands Regional Landscape Character Assessment (EMRLCA). This is a new tier in the landscape character assessment hierarchy in England and the first regional assessment to not only provide a comprehensive and detailed examination of the region’s landscape but to also include a. It also forms part of the Development Plan for. each planning authority in the West Midlands. The Spatial Strategy should inform the development of strategies and programmes of other public agencies and. service providers including those involved in health, education, skills .
The Regional Strategy for the East Midlands comprises the regional spatial strategy for the region (the East Midlands Regional Plan published by the then Secretary of State in March , together with The Part A Statement of the March Milton Keynes & South Midlands Sub-Regional Strategy) and theFile Size: 1MB. The East Midlands Regional Assembly (EMRA), established in , is the statutory regional government body in the East Midlands. The Assembly is a partnership of more than members representing local government and a range of community sectors. It is responsible for preparing the Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS) to guideFile Size: KB. In the East Midlands, the Introduction, Part A and Part B of the MKSM Sub-Regional Strategy have been incorporated in the revised Regional Spatial Strategy for the East Midlands (RSS8). The South East and East of England Regional Assemblies are currently reviewing their RSSs. Review Of The East Midlands Regional Plan to Options For Change – Summary Summary Issued for Public Consultation: 24 October Review Of The Regional Spatial Strategy For The East Midlands. Introduction The role of the Regional Planis to provide a long term development strategy for the East Midlands over the East Midlands.