This document was adopted at Cabinet and sets out how the community can get involved in both the planning application process (minerals and waste and WCC proposals) and key stages in the preparation of the Minerals Local Plan and the Waste Local Plan within Warwickshire.
Warwickshire County Council is required to produce a new Minerals Development Framework to replace the 1995 Minerals Local Plan. This new plan will identify where new minerals sites should be located, and set out the policies to assess new minerals development proposals over the next 15 years.
Waste Core Strategy (adopted 2013) sets out planning policy context for considering planning applications for our county’s waste management facilities over the next 15 years.
The structure plan, which comprises policies and proposals and a key diagram, is the strategic land use plan for Warwickshire and forms part of the statutory development plan for the county.
The Waste Local Plan has been prepared in order to identify the most suitable areas for the processing and/or disposal of waste.
The Minerals Local Plan has been prepared by Warwickshire County Council to identify those areas of the county where significant mineral resources occur.
The Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) is one of the portfolio of planning documents within the Minerals and Waste Development Framework (MWDF).
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