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Minerals and Waste Local Plan

The Minerals and Waste Local Plan for Leicestershire

Other policy documents

Statement of community involvement

The statement of community involvement (SCI) explains our policy for involving the community in preparing the Minerals and Waste Local Plan and planning applications. The SCI aims to ensure that the community are involved at any early stage and can play a part in shaping the policies as they are developed.

Statement of Community Involvement   

Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) review consultation

We are updating our statement of community involvement (SCI) to reflect recent developments in the Development Plan, the wider Council, and society more generally. Please see the updated document.

Draft Statement of Community Involvement - January 2022  Opens new window

We are running a consultation period between 10 January 2022 and 21 February 2022.  

During this period, if you have any comments to make on the draft SCI:

Emailplanningcontrol@leics.gov.uk or

Post to: Planning Team, Planning, Historic and Natural Environment, Chief Executive’s Department, Leicestershire County Council, County Hall, Glenfield, Leicester, LE3 8RA 

Annual monitoring reports

The county council is required to produce an Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) which contains information on the implementation of the Minerals and Waste Development Scheme and the extent to which policies in Local development Documents are being achieved.

Leicestershire County Council Monitoring report 2015/16   Opens new window

Leicestershire County Council Monitoring report 2014/15    Opens new window

Alongside this the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) requires Mineral Planning Authorities to produce and annual Local Aggregate Assessment (LAA).

Leicestershire Local Aggregate Assessment 2019  Opens new window

Leicestershire Local Aggregate Assessment 2018  Opens new window

Leicestershire Local Aggregate Assessment 2017 

Leicestershire Local Aggregate Assessment December 2016   Opens new window

Leicestershire Local Aggregate Assessment June 2016    Opens new windowOpens new window

Local Development Scheme

The local development scheme (LDS) sets out the Council’s programme for the production of new minerals and waste planning policy and at what stages the public can expect to be involved in the planning process

Local Development Scheme   

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