|Statement||Town and Country Planning Service, Department of the Environment (NI).|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
The Department of the Environment gave a commitment in the Planning Strategy for Rural Northern Ireland to produce guidance to prospective developers and in publishing this Design Guide it is hoped File Size: KB. Describes the social, economic and planning background to the strategy. Sets out the Department's principal planning objectives and strategic policies for the rural area. Sets out regional development control policies under a series of topic headings. Planning Policy Statements (PPSs) are gradually replacing the policy provisions of the Planning Strategy for Rural Northern Ireland and each PPS indicates those policies of the Strategy that it is superseding. In the meantime, the Planning Strategy remains in force for those topics not covered by a PPS or other policy publication and where. The existing suite of Planning Policy Statements and the remaining provisions of ‘A Planning Strategy for Rural Northern Ireland’ are currently retained under the transitional arrangements of the SPPS. These retained policies will be cancelled when all eleven councils have adopted a new Plan Strategy for the whole of their council area.
Planning Strategy for Rural Northern Ireland Policy Index. The policy index contains a list of all the policies in the Planning Strategy for Rural Northern Ireland. This policy index is divided into the following sub categories: Strategic Policies. SP 1-SP 19; Regional Policies. The Regional Development Strategy is the strategy for the long term development for the whole of Northern Ireland and also provides the spatial planning framework. It sits above the other Northern Ireland planning documents described below. the Department’s ‘A Planning Strategy for Rural Northern Ireland’ published in September Nothing in this document should be read as a commitment that public resources will be provided for any. The Rural White Paper Action Plan is the outcome of an Executive initiative led by the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development which aims to identify and address the key issues and challenges facing rural areas.
Decision Date From. Planning for Ireland’s Urban Growth 60 Planning for Urban Employment Growth 64 Achieving Urban Infill/ Brownfield Development 65 5 Planning for Diverse Rural Places 68 Why Rural Places Matter 68 Strengthening Ireland’s Rural Fabric and Supporting Rural Communities The AFSB undertook extensive consultation with the agri-food industry and other stakeholders and developed a report, Going for Growth, which includes more than recommendations aimed at accelerating the growth of farming, fishing and food and drink processing in Northern Ireland to and beyond. The action plan. In response to Going for. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: illustrations, maps: Responsibility: edited by John Greer and Michael Murray.