This section provides information about the health and social care professionals and services that support children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND).
Construction of the iconic new building began in October 2018. It is scheduled to be complete in summer 2020.
The Mary Woollett Professional Development Centre is a fully equipped meeting and training venue situated just outside the centre of Doncaster. Parking is availble at the rear of the building however the Centre can be very busy so cannot be guaranteed.
Flood risk from all sources must be considered when any development is to be carried out and there are various ways in which flood risk is assessed in order to ascertain what the flooding constraints to a development site may be.
This masterplan will transform the way Doncaster looks and the way residents and businesses use the city core.
Information concerning training provided by the Council's Early Years Service.
iPort is a £400 million inland port project and one of UK’s largest logistics developments.
Doncaster Council is keen to engage with potential developers, partners and investors, to look at proposals to ensure that housing provision is met throughout the Borough. The Council would like to engage with those organisations who are interested in developing all tenures of housing, including private sale, shared ownership and housing for rent.
Various reports are produced to monitor the implementation of the council's Planning Policies.
A Section 278 of the Highways Act 1980 agreement can be used to licence a developer to carry out improvement works on public highway which are generally necessary where planning permission has been granted for a development.