Leicester Local Plan

Closes 31 Oct 2017

Opened 26 Jul 2017

Overview

The urban area of Leicester is one of the fastest growing areas in the country, with a uniquely diverse population of about 650,000.

Planning for the future involves anticipating future growth and making decisions about where we allow more development for homes and jobs, as well as identifying the built and natural heritage that we need to protect.

As a local authority, we are required to establish a Local Plan that sets out how the council responds to local priorities and how it meets the social, economic and environmental challenges and opportunities that face the city.

Local Plans typically include information and guidelines on housing, jobs, schools, shops, community facilities, the environment, green spaces and historic buildings.

Whether your interests lie in local neighbourhoods, the city centre, transport, housing, employment, shopping or the environment, please share your views and help to shape the future of Leicester.

Download key stages of local plan preparation

Please note that no decisions have been made about any of the sites mentioned in the consultation, and that all consultation responses will be taken into account when we draw up a more detailed draft plan for the next stage of the consultation process.

You may also be interested in our open space, sports and recreation survey.

 

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