Supplementary planning documents (SPDs) build upon and provide more detailed advice or guidance on policies in an adopted Local Plan. As they do not form part of the development plan, they cannot introduce new planning policies into the development plan. However, as they provide further advice on existing policies in the adopted Local Plan, they are a material consideration in the decision-making process.
Newcastle-under-Lyme's Supplementary Planning Documents can be accessed via the menu to the right of this page.
Last updated 17 June 2021