Archive for planning studies and previous monitoring documents
The Doncaster Retail, Leisure and Town Centre Study 2015 provides evidence on current and future retail and leisure requirements including an overview of existing provision with town centres and out-of-centre locations.
The Government attaches great importance to Green belt. The fundamental aim of Green Belt policy is to prevent urban sprawl by keeping land permanently open; essential characteristics of Green belt are their openness and their permanence.
This guide is for use by residential developers and their design professionals, consultants and agents in formulating designs and making applications for planning permission for residential development in South Yorkshire.
This document sets out guidance to help implement policies set out in the adopted development plan. In particular, it sets out detailed requirements and guidelines against which planning applications will be judged, as part of an assessment of wider planning considerations in relation to a site.
This document describes Doncaster's landscape character and identifies the capacity of different areas of the borough to accommodate different types of development (in landscape terms only) - it also contains recommendations for developing planning policies.
As part of the early engagement stage of the new Doncaster Local Plan, a 'Call for Sites' was undertaken for a period of eight weeks between October and December 2014 to establish which sites landowners and developers wish to see considered for development through the new Local Plan.
Doncaster Unitary Development Plan Review 2001-2016
Follow the links below for information about the Planning Documents prepared by the Council, including the emerging Local Plan:
The council has produced Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs) to provide further guidance about the implementation of specific planning policies.