Creating Strong, Safe and Prosperous Communities through Local Spatial Planning
Planning Policy Statement 12
- Communities and Local Government
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
Spatial planning is becoming increasingly important in order to deliver positive social, economic, and environmental outcomes within a community. This Planning Policy Statement (PPS) sets out government policy on local development frameworks. This PPS reflects the lessons learned from the first three years of operation of the new planning system in England brought in by the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004.
The PPS explains what local spatial planning is and how communities can benefit from the process. It also sets out what the key ingredients of local spatial plans are and the key government policies on how they should be prepared. The PPS should be taken into account by local planning authorities in preparing development plan documents and other local development documents.
Introduction: The Changing Local Government Context
The Importance of Spatial Planning in Creating Strong Safe and Prosperous Communities
Local Development Frameworks in Context
The Core Strategy
Other Development Plan Documents
Supplementary Planning Documents
Intervention by the Secretary of State
Adopted Proposals Map
Extension of Saved Policies.
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