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  • Derwentside Local Plan

    The Derwentside District Local Plan (Adopted 1997) sets out the development strategy for the former district and the land use policies...

  • Easington Local Plan

    The Easington Local Plan (adopted in December 2001) sets out the development strategy for the former district and the land use policies...

  • Sedgefield Borough Local Plan

    The Sedgefield Borough Local Plan (adopted October 1996) sets out the development strategy for the former district and the land use...

  • Teesdale Local Plan

    The Teesdale Local Plan (Adopted June 2002) sets out the development strategy for the former district and the land use policies and...

  • Durham City Local Plan

    The City of Durham Local Plan sets out the development strategy for the former district and the land use policies and allocations required...

  • Minerals Local Plan

    As the Minerals Planning Authority for County Durham, we previously prepared a Minerals Local Plan. This plan was prepared to give clear...

  • Waste Local Plan

    As the Waste Planning Authority for County Durham, we previously prepared a Waste Local Plan. This plan was prepared to give clear guidance...

  • Wear Valley District Local Plan

    The Wear Valley District Local Plan (adopted March 1997) sets out the development strategy for the former district and the land use...

  • Superseded former District Local Plans

    These Local Plans were put in place for the former districts of County Durham before the local authority was unitised in 2009, the County...

  • Chester-le-Street Local Plan

    The Chester-le-Street Local Plan (adopted in October 2003) sets out the development strategy for the former district and the land-use...