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Newcastle-under-Lyme and Stoke-on-Trent Urban Design Guidance SPD

The Newcastle-under-Lyme and Stoke-on-Trent Urban Design Guidance Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) was adopted by the Borough Council on 3 November 2010. The public consultation took place between 19 April and 31 May 2010. 

The Urban Design SPD (this version is interactive and is the final adopted version, which was produced following the end of the public consultation on the draft SPD.

*  Please note: This is a large PDF document with interactive features and as such you may find it easier to download and view in your own area. We have a limited number of CDs available, at a cost of £2.25 each (to cover the cost of production and printing). The CD comes in a printed summary document.

**  Please Note: The Conservation Area boundary for Newcastle town centre is not very clear in the "Centres" chapter, therefore please see the following link for the most up to date Town Centre  Conservation Area boundary.

A Guidance Note has been produced to explain how to use the SPD to evaluate design against the Strategic Urban Design Themes.

Consultation Statement This shows all of the comments made during the consultation, and the amendments made in response to these comments.

Brief for the production of the Urban Design SPD

Draft Urban Design SPD - Summary Document

Draft Urban Design SPD - Sustainability Appraisal

Draft Urban Design SPD - Baseline Report

Summary of Consultation This details some of the consultation events that took place during the production of the SPD. The outcomes of these events were used to improve the final SPD.

The exhibition material, produced by Tibbalds Urban Design, provides a useful summary of the Urban Design Guidance Document. It can be viewed here.

The Statement of SPD matters outlines the formal consultation dates, venues where the document was displayed and further officer contact details.
 


Last updated 2 June 2017

 
 
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