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Land at Warburton Lane Notice of Public Inquiry
Town and Country Planning Act 1990 Land at Warburton Lane Notice of Public Inquiry (to be held as a virtual event) and inquiry arrangements
Outline planning application for a residential development of up to 400 dwellings, including the creation of new points of access, provision of formal and informal open space, ancillary landscaping, car parking and highway and drainage works
Land to the east and west of Warburton Lane, Warburton, WA13 9TT
Redrow Homes Ltd
Planning Inspectorate Appeal Ref: APP/Q4245/W/19/3243720
Local Planning Authority Ref: 98031/OUT/19
A public inquiry is to be held as a virtual event and opening on Monday 19th October 2020 at 09.30.
The reason for the inquiry is in relation to Redrow Homes Ltd’s appeal against the non-determination of the above outline planning application by Trafford Council.
An Inspector, Christina Downes, has been appointed by the Secretary of State to decide the appeal. The Inspector will hold an inquiry, which will open on the date shown above, to decide the appeal. The inquiry could sit for 12 days.
The inquiry will be held as a virtual event run by the Inspector in the normal way but with the parties invited to join via Microsoft Teams.
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CD-A Appellant’s Application Submission (Ref: 98031/OUT/19)
CD-B Appellant Information Submitted Following Appeal
CD-D National Planning Policy/Guidance
CD-E Statutory Development Plan and Supplementary Planning Documents/Guidance
E1 Saved Policies of the Unitary Development Plan (2006), namely:
E2 Trafford Local Plan Core Strategy (2012), namely policies:
- Spatial Profile (Partington / Trafford Rural Communities)
- Strategic Objectives (SO1, SO2, SO5, SO6, SO7, SO8)
- Place Objectives (Partington: PAO1, PAO3, PA04, PAO5, PAO6, PA08, PAO12, PAO13, PAO14, PAO15, PAO16, PAO17 and PAO21 / Trafford Rural Communities: RC01, RC02, RC06, RC07, RC09, RC10 and RC13)
- Strategic Locations (Paragraphs 8.1 to 8.21 and Policy SL5: Carrington)
- L1 (Land for New Homes)
- L2 (Meeting Housing Needs)
- L3 (Regeneration and Reducing Inequalities)
- L4 (Sustainable Transport and Accessibility)
- L5 (Climate change)
- L6 (Waste)
- L7 (Design)
- L8 (Planning Obligations)
- R1 (Historic Environment)
- R2 (Natural Environment)
- R3 (Green Infrastructure)
- R4 (Green Belt, Countryside and Other Protected Open Land)
- R5 (Open Space, Sport and Recreation)
E3 Composite Policies Map (Grid Map 8 & Adopted Policies Map Legend or Adopted Policies Map South)
E4 Revised SPD1: Planning Obligations (2014)
E5 SPD3: Parking Standards and Design (2012)
E6 Warburton Conservation Area Appraisal, Management Plan and Map (2016)
E7 SPG1: New Residential Development (2004)
E8 SPG24: Crime and Security (2002)
E9 SPG30: Landscape Strategy (2004)
E10 Trafford CIL Charging Schedule (2014)
E11 Trafford CIL Regulation 123 List (2016)
E12 Warburton Village Design Statement
E13 Trafford Housing Need Assessment 2019 (December 2019)
E14 Trafford Five Year Land Supply (31 March 2020)
CD-F Emerging Development Plan
CD-G Heritage Policy and Background Documents
CD-H Transport Policy and Background Documents
CD-I Landscape and Design Policy and Background Documents
CD-J Viability Policy and Background Documents
Further information regarding the inquiry will be posted in due course.