Towards a Spatial Development Strategy for the Liverpool City Region up to 2040
If you have any questions or need help responding to the SDS engagement, contact a member of the LCR Spatial Planning team by email at [email protected] or telephone at 0151 330 1005.
The Spatial Development Strategy for the Liverpool City Region is all about potential for developments in the region between now and 2040, and we want to make sure local views shape the future of the city region. The Combined Authority are working with PLACED to bring engagement on the Spatial Development Strategy to each Local Authority in the city region. These are fun and interactive ways to share your views at one of our events.
All events are free and open to the public and are family friendly. There’s no need to register, or have any prior knowledge about planning or development!
Coming up before Christmas…
Watch this space for more details on events in Knowsley, Liverpool, Sefton and Wirral.
The ‘Call for Strategic Sites’ is an opportunity for individuals, landowners, developers, and stakeholders to suggest potential strategic sites within the city region that are considered suitable and available for development over the next 15 years. This will inform the consideration of spatial options as part of the preparation of the SDS.
This ‘Call for Strategic Sites’ is focussing on sites for large-scale Housing, Employment and Green Infrastructure opportunities. If you have already submitted strategic-scale sites as part of the land availability assessments undertaken by the six local authorities, then there is no need to resubmit them unless you wish to provide any updated or additional information. Sites with planning permission or allocated for development in a city region authority Local Plan do not need to be submitted.
The sites or locations submitted need to be within or partially within the boundary of the Liverpool City Region covering the local authority areas of Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool City, Sefton, St Helens and Wirral but can cross the internal local authority boundaries.
Download the relevant documents below:
Preparation of the SDS must be based on evidence. A range of technical studies and assessments – the evidence base – are continuously being prepared to help inform and underpin the policy approaches and cover a range of topics.
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