Various reports are produced to monitor the implementation of the council's Planning Policies.
The Doncaster Council Emergency Planning Team prepare with our emergency response partners a variety of multi-agency emergency plans.
Follow the links below for information about the Local Development Framework and Local Plan:
Follow the links below for details about our plans:
Through the Localism Act the government is giving local communities powers to have a direct say in the future development of their neighbourhood, parish or town through the development of Neighbourhood Plans.
Good housing design contributes to a safe, attractive and healthy borough comprised of interesting and environmentally friendly buildings which are sympathetic to Doncaster’s character and which improve the quality of local neighbourhoods for the benefit of the community and environment.
There is a pressing need for the built environment to become more environmentally friendly.
Doncaster Council's first Environment Strategy was adopted by Cabinet on 5 December 2012.
Below are details about the Local Plan, UDP, Public Open Space in New Developments and Finningley Plan Brief:
Shale gas is the same as the natural gas (methane) obtained from gas fields in the North Sea. Methane is the gas used for domestic heating, cooking and electricity generation. Shale gas is obtained direct from the source rock (shale, sandstone, limestone) which has to be micro-fractured to allow the gas to flow. The fractures are so small they are held open by grains of sand!