Planning Briefs and Concept statements
On 19th November 2020 the council revoked a number of Supplementary Planning Documents and Planning Briefs. These have been deleted from the council's website. This revocation statement provides further details and will remain on this website for 8 weeks.
The council has produced a number of concept statements and planning briefs for particular areas of Gloucester which have now been adopted as planning guidance.
Kings Quarter concept statement
The King's Quarter concept statement sets out the council's preferred approach to the development of the King's Quarter area of the city, which includes King's Square, the bus station, Market Parade, Spread Eagle Road and the immediate surrounding area. The overall aim of this statement is to facilitate the areas comprehensive regeneration, including a significant number of new shops, a new bus station and improved links to the wider city centre.
The King's Quarter concept statement was subject to a six week period of public consultation from Monday 19 March until Monday 30 April 2012.
Following this the statement was amended in light of consultation responses and subsequently adopted by the council in January 2013 as interim supplementary planning guidance for the purposes of development control.
Fleece Hotel concept statement
The Fleece Hotel concept statement sets out the council’s preferred approach to the development of the Fleece Hotel site in Gloucester. It seeks to ensure the repair, restoration and active reuse of the site, to create a vibrant urban space in the heart of the city centre, and sets out planning and urban design parameters and proposed uses for the site.
The concept statement was subject to a four week period of public consultation between 16 November and 14 December 2011. Following this, it was amended in light of consultation responses and subsequently adopted by the Council in February 2012 as interim planning guidance for the purposes of development control.
Railway Corridor planning brief
This Planning Brief sets out the Council's preferred approach for the development of the ‘Railway Corridor' area of the City, and forms part of the emerging Local Plan for Gloucester.
The Planning Brief was subject to three periods of public consultation and has now been adopted by the Council as 'interim planning guidance' for the purposes of development control.
The adopted Railway Corridor Planning Brief can be downloaded below: