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Spatial Planning for the Health and Wellbeing of Nottinghamshire (for adoption by Nottingham City & Erewash)

  • Report
  • published by Nottinghamshire County Council on 04/05/2016
Description

The document presents an overview of health related planning policies across Nottinghamshire, Nottingham City and Erewash in order to provide supporting information for planners, public health, health care commissioners & providers, developers and the public on how decisions made on planning matters impact on the health and wellbeing of residents. In addition the document provides a planning and health checklist to be used when assessing policies and planning applications.

Places: Other, Nottingham City, Nottinghamshire

Nottingham City Council Greenhouse Gas Report 2013

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 20/11/2013
Description

Nottingham City Council is a unitary authority, which serves a population of approximately 300,000 residents. We have 55 elected members, and employ 10,013 staff (as at 31st March 2013). This emissions report covers the councils own estate and operations.

Places: Nottingham City

Breathing Space - Revitalising Nottinghams open and green spaces (2010-2020)

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 30/09/2013
Description

The Revised Strategy for Nottingham's Open and Green Spaces. The revised 'Breathing Space' embeds the strategic framework, seeking to add value and revitalise the City of Nottingham's open and green spaces.Nottingham's first 'Breathing Space' strategic document was adopted in 2007 and has proved invaluable in providing a strategic approach towards the future planning, development and management of the open and green spaces network within the City in order to make a contribution to its citizens' quality of life. Since the adoption of Breathing Space there has been a great deal of work completed to ensure that the strategic approach to the management of open and green spaces in the City is further developed and implemented. This work has been shaped by the two audits that have been completed - the PPG17 and Outdoor Sports Playing Pitch Assessment - and through typology specific work including the Food Growing Framework, Allotment Strategy, Play Management Plan and the joint work with other Departments in the City which has produced the Area Commentaries and Impact Assessment Toolkit.

Places: Nottingham City

Greater Nottingham Aligned Core Strategies Habitats Regulations Appraisal Screening Record (Feb 2010)

  • Report
  • published by Other on 20/09/2010
Description

The purposes of undertaking a Habitats Regulations Appraisal Screening is to assess if new development will impact upon European sites (includes Ramsar - wetlands, SPA - birds, SAC - habitats, and EOMS - marine sites).This study found that with three exceptions, the level of growth proposed by the Aligned Core Strategy by 2026 would not be likely to have a significant effect on any European site, alone or in combination with other plans or projects. The study identifies potentially significant effects on the prospective Sherwood Forest SPA. It recommends a precautionary approach should be adopted and Policy 2(1)(e) of the Aligned Core Strategy should preclude urban extensions north of the B6386 north of Calverton and, at Ravenshead, west of the A60 and north of Ricket Lane.

Places: Ashfield District, Broxtowe Borough, Gedling Borough, Rushcliffe Borough, Nottingham City, Other

East Midlands Region Landscape Character Assessment

  • Report
  • published by Other on 01/08/2009
Description

The East Midlands Region Landscape Character Assessment (EMRLCA) aims to increase understanding of the region's varied landscape, by identifying distinctive, rare or special characteristics. It presents objective, non-technical descriptions of each of the 31 regional landscape character types. It also reviews the forces currently acting to change the landscape; the implications of these changes and provides guidance to counter adverse impacts and promote positive change.

Places: Other

Evidence Reviews- Environmental Sustainability

  • Report
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 16/05/2008
Description

This Evidence Review paper is part of a set of papers providing a review of the evidence for the present position and trends and expectations for the future. The papers look at Nottingham City in the context of the conurbation, the region and the national picture

Places: Nottingham City

European Landscape Convention 2006

  • Report
  • published by Other on 21/11/2006
Description

It provides a basis for recognising the importance of landscapes and sharing experience across Europe. The convention recognises the need for landscape management and protection across the member states to be situated in law. It also recognises the importance of stakeholder involvement in landscape management, protection and development.

Places: Other

Greater Nottingham Landscape Character Assessment (2009)

  • Report
  • published by Nottinghamshire County Council on 01/06/2006
Description

Landscape character assessment is a technique used to identify what makes a place unique. Characterisation involves assessing the physical components of a landscape alongside cultural influences. This study looked at the landscape of Greater Nottingham and will provide part of the evidence base for the local authorities LDFs.

Places: Other

Open and Green Space Strategy Newsletter 3

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  • published by Nottingham City Council on 01/03/2006
Description

Newsletter providing information about the development of the Nottingham City Council's Open and Green Space Strategy.

Places: Nottingham City

Open and Green Space Strategy Newsletter 2

  • Unknown content
  • published by Nottingham City Council on 02/02/2006
Description

Newsletter providing information about the development of the Nottingham City Council's Open and Green Space Strategy.

Places: Nottingham City

Open and Green Space Strategy Newsletter 1

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  • published by Nottingham City Council on 31/10/2005
Description

Newsletter providing information about the development of the Nottingham City Council's Open and Green Space Strategy.

Places: Nottingham City