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Hampshire County Council Plans and Strategies

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  • Hampshire Sustainable Communities Strategy 2008 - 2018
    The SCS sets out quality of life issues, key trends that impact on Hampshire and 11 long term ambitions to achieve the vision that "Hampshire continues to prosper, providing greater opportunity for all without risking the environment."

  • Minerals and Waste Development Framework
    Hampshire County Council is a Minerals and Waste Planning Authority and is responsible for preparing ‘Plans’ for the development of mineral and waste management infrastructure in Hampshire. The 'Hampshire Minerals and Waste Development Framework' includes a number of Development Plan Documents (DPDs) that contain policies and proposals for mineral extraction or processing and waste management up to the year 2020.

  • Local Transport Plan
    The County Council's Local Transport Plan aims to improve quality of life, protect the environment and secure economic prosperity for Hampshire.

  • Waste Management Strategy
    Information relating to the County Council's role in waste disposal and recycling. Project integra is a partnership, working to provide an integrated approach to the collection, treatment and disposal of municipal waste in Hampshire.

  • Landscape Strategy
    The Landscape Strategy  provides an understanding of landscape character and sets out guidelines for the future management of each landscape type in the County.

  • Hampshire County Structure Plan

    The Hampshire County Structure Plan 1996-2011 was jointly adopted in early 2000 by Hampshire County Council, Portsmouth City Council and Southampton City Council to guide development and change up to 2011. It was superseded and its policies ceased to have force, when the Regional Spatial Strategy for the South East Region - the 'South East Plan' - was approved by the Government in May 2009.