Burnley’s Local Plan was submitted to the Secretary of State on 20 July 2017. The Secretary of State appointed an independent Inspector to Examine the Plan for its ‘legal compliance’ and ‘soundness’.
Information on the Examination is set out on the Examination webpage hosted by Burnley Borough Council at: www.burnley.gov.uk/node/2960
Following the Examination Hearing Sessions held in November and December 2017, the Inspector proposed a number of Main Modifications i.e. changes to the Submitted Plan that he considered necessary to make it sound.
These Main Modifications were proposed without prejudice to the Inspector's final conclusions which were to be set out in his report and take account of the representations submitted in response to the Main Modifications consultation.
A Schedule of the Proposed Main Modifications and associated changes to the Policies Map, a Sustainability Appraisal Addendum (incorporating a Strategic Environment Assessment) (SA) and updated Habitats Regulations Assessment Report are available to download below.
- Schedule of Proposed Main Modifications - March 2018
- Schedule of associated Policy Map changes - March 2018
- Sustainability Appraisal of Proposed Main Modifications (Addendum Report) - March 2018
- Habitats Regulations Assessment Report (incorporating proposed main modificatons) - March 2018
Representations (comments) were invited on the proposed Main Modifications from Friday 9 March 2018 to midnight on Friday 27 April 2018. Please note that only comments on the Main Modifications were to be considered by the Inspector. This was not a further opportunity to comment on other matters set out in the Submitted Plan as these had already been considered by the Inspector.
List of Duly Made Representations
The list below sets out the representations received on the Proposed Main Modifications in alphabetical order (by name of organisation/company or last name of individual) and includes links which will open each representation.
Please note that the representations received are published in full but with personal email addresses and telephone numbers redacted (removed). A small number of representations have also had part of their content redacted because e.g. they contained sensitive personal information or inappropriate content. Whilst all other comments are published in full, some do contain factual inaccuracies which in publishing the Council does not accept to be true.