The Strategic Growth Plan has been developed by a partnership made up of the Leicester and Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership (LLEP), Leicester City Council, Leicestershire County Council and the seven local borough and district authorities. It puts forward proposals for future development, including housing provision that will be needed to support population change, meet housing needs and support economic growth from now until 2050.
A draft strategic growth plan was prepared and published for public consultation between January and May 2018.
Following the consultation and consideration of the comments received, the Strategic Growth Plan has now been agreed by the Members Advisory Group that is overseeing its preparation on behalf of the Leicester and Leicestershire partner organisations. The next step is for it to now proceed through the governance procedures of each organisation. It is hoped that a final plan will be in place by the end of 2018.
The final version of the Strategic Growth Plan will be considered by this council’s Scrutiny Commission on 8 November 2018 and then put to council on 27 November 2018. A copy of the final Strategic Growth Plan and a number of background papers referenced with the plan are set out below:
- Strategic Growth Plan (September 2018): Final for Governance
- Equality and Human Rights Impact Assessment: Final for Governance
- Sustainability Appraisal: Final for Governance
- Sustainability Appraisal Non-technical summary: Final for Governance
- Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report: Final for Governance
Further information can be found on the Leicester and Leicestershire Strategic Growth Plan website
last updated: 04/10/2018 15:06