Coronavirus: council service information and advice
Information about changes to council services as a result of coronavirus
The planning policy framework for Portsmouth is currently provided by:
Preparation of the new Portsmouth Local Plan
The new Local Plan will update and replace the three documents currently in use. It will include policies for the development and protection of land and site allocations for new development or for the re-development of existing buildings. The Local Development Scheme gives a timetable of activity that may be updated as the plan progresses, and a Statement of Community Involvement sets out how we consult when dealing with planning applications and preparing the new Local Plan.
Since our Issues and options consultation in 2017, we have prepared or received a wide range of evidence studies which were published for comment from 11 February to Monday 25 March 2019. The summary document sets out the main points that have been identified. Taking into account all the responses received until now, a draft Plan will be prepared for full public consultation.
The summary document of responses for Local Plan evidence based documents sets out the main points identified. Copies of the individual responses received can be found at Public Access Portsmouth.
The detailed evidence base studies being gathered for the emerging new Local Plan are set out on the new local plan evidence page.
Future of Tipner and Horsea
All the responses made to the previous Issues and Options consultation are still relevant and can be found at Public Access Portsmouth. They will be taken into account when we draft the Plan.
For any further comments or questions on the Local Plan, or you wish to be added to our list of contacts to be kept informed of future progress on the Local Plan, contact us:
Portsmouth City Council,
Civic Offices, Guildhall Square,
Portsmouth, PO1 2AU.