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Regional Spatial Strategies (RSS)

The main role of Regional Spatial Strategies (RSS) is to provide a strategy within which local authorities' planning documents and local transport plans can be prepared. It may also be material to decisions on individual planning applications and appeals.

However, the RSS does not provide a checklist of everything that should be in a development plan or local development framework and cross refers to, rather than repeats, national policy guidance where there is little to add at the regional level. Nor does RSS descend into site specific issues or a level of detail more appropriate to development plans.

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Accommodation for Gypsies and Travellers and Travelling Showpeople in the East of England: A Revision to the Regional Spatial Strategy for the East of England

This is the final review of gypsy and traveller accommodation in the East of England, prepared by the East of England Regional Assembly (EERA). ...more

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The South East Plan: Regional Spatial Strategy for the South East of England (May 2009)

The Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS) for the South East of England - known as the South East Plan - sets out the long-term spatial planning framework for the region over the years 2006-2026. ...more

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East Midlands Regional Plan: Regional Spatial Strategy (March 2009)

The East Midlands Regional Plan comprises the Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS8) for the East Midlands for the period up to 2026 under the provisions of the 'Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004: Elizabeth II - Chapter 5' (ISBN 9780105405047). ...more

  • Published: 12 Mar 2009
  • ISBN: 9780117540026
  • £30.80 (£31.03 inc. VAT)
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The North West of England Plan: Regional Spatial Strategy to 2021

The Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS) for North West England provides a framework for development and investment in the region over the next fifteen to twenty years. It establishes a broad vision for the region and its sub-regions, priorities for growth and regeneration, and policies to achieve ...more

  • Published: 30 Sep 2008
  • ISBN: 9780117540002
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The North East of England Plan: Regional Spatial Strategy to 2021

The North East of England Plan is the Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS) prepared in accordance with the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004. It sets out the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government's policies in relation to the development of land within the region. ...more

  • Published: 15 Jul 2008
  • ISBN: 9780117539976
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The Yorkshire and Humber Plan: Regional Spatial Strategy to 2026

The Yorkshire and Humber Plan is the Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS) prepared in accordance with the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004. It sets out the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government's policies in relation to the development of land within the region. ...more

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East of England Plan: The Revision to the Regional Spatial Strategy for the East of England

The East of England Plan is published by the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government. It covers the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire. Together with relevant sections of the Milton Keynes South Midlands Sub-Regional Strategy 2005, it constitutes the ...more

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Regional Spatial Strategy for the West Midlands

The main purpose of the Regional Spatial Strategy for the West Midlands is to provide a long term land use and transport planning framework for the Region. The framework guides the preparation of local authority development plans and local transport plans. ...more

  • Published: 15 Jan 2008
  • ISBN: 9780117539846
  • £28.49 (£29.07 inc. VAT)
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Regional Spatial Strategy for the East Midlands: RSS 8

This Regional Spatial Strategy (RSS) provides a broad development strategy for the East Midlands up to 2021. It also represents the spatial element of the East Midlands Integrated Regional Strategy (IRS). It is divided into three main sections: Core Strategy; Spatial Strategy; and Topic Based Priorities. ...more

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