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Greater Cambridge Statement of Community Involvement consultation

Open from 11 February to 25 March 2019.

The Statement of Community Involvement describes how the public, businesses, interest groups and individuals can get involved in the creation of local planning policy and the planning application process, aiming at shaping where we live, work and trade.

We and South Cambridgeshire District Council have drafted a new joint Statement of Community Involvement, because our current statements are now out of date and need to be reviewed. It reflects current planning legislation, evolving best practice and the new working structures of our shared planning service. It will help us  in respect of moving towards a jointly prepared Local Plan for Greater Cambridge, the joint North East Cambridge Area Action Plan, and in development management processes.

If you have any questions about this consultation, contact the Greater Cambridge Shared Planning Service at planningpolicy@cambridge.gov.ukor 01223 457200.

Have your say

We are asking for views on the draft statement, and what you think of our approach to consultation and community involvement.

View the consultation documents and have your say using our online consultation system

Alternatively, you can:

Representations, including names, will be available to view on the councils’ websites. Full representations including addresses will also be available to view on request. Our privacy notice for planning policy consultations and notifications sets out how your personal data will be used and by whom.

You can submit comments until 5pm on Monday 25 March 2019.

Consultation documents

Next steps

Following the consultation, the comments received will be considered and any necessary changes will be made to the Statement of Community Involvement. The final statement will then be considered by both councils for adoption in summer 2019.

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