Local planning authorities are required to publish a list of their information requirements for applications which should be proportionate to the nature and scale of development proposals and reviewed every two years.
The Local Requirements List is published below – this version was approved and came into effect on 9 April 2018.
Local Information Requirements for Havant Borough Council - Spring 2018 (pdf 519 kb)
New Consultation period: Draft Local List 4 February – 18 March 2019
As part of the work on the Local Plan 2036, Havant Borough Council has modified the Local Requirements List in line with emerging policies.
- Local Information Requirements - January 2019 (pdf 543 kb))
If you wish to comment on the proposed changes to the Local List, please email your comments by 5pm on 18 March 2019 to email@example.com with the subject ‘Local List Consultation’. All comments will be collated and analysed at the end of the consultation period.
The list below highlights key changes only, it does not cover all the proposed changes to the Local List.
Aquifer Source Protection Zone
New requirement for non-householder development within an Aquifer Source Protection Zone to provide a Conceptual Site Model and Risk Assessment
Extension of requirement to all applications for new dwellings or non-residential floor space (previously only majors) to provide a Drainage Strategy (SuDS)
- requirement for a site specific ecological assessment for 1 or more new dwellings
- requirement for Habitats Regulations Assessment on sites on or adjacent to Brent Goose sites
- requirement to show Biodiversity Net Gain
Housing Quality Statement
New requirement to all applications for new dwellings to provide a Housing Quality Statement to cover design and amenity criteria, including space standards
Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment
New requirement for applications considered to have a significant impact on the landscape, townscape or seascape to provide a Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment
Amendments to the marketing requirement relating to development or change of use of community facilities; A1 retail units; convenience shops; land or premises used for tourism purposes
Amendment to the parking provision requirement to include an access plan to show vehicles can enter and leave premises in a forward gear
New requirements for development proposals on greenfield sites outside of the settlement boundary to be supported by an appropriate soil survey
If you have any questions about the consultation, please telephone 023 9244 6530, or email firstname.lastname@example.org