Regulation 19 representation period
The Regulation 19 representation period for the Solihull Local Plan: Draft Submission Version has now closed; we would like to thank everyone who has responded. Representations will now be collated and analysed and further updates will appear on this page in due course.
We are now publishing the latest version of the Solihull Local Plan. This stage is known as the Regulation 19 version of the plan, which is the final chance to make representations before the plan is submitted to the Planning Inspectorate for independent examination.
The consultation will run from 30 October 2020 to 14 December 2020.
At this stage the plan is known as the Draft Submission Version. It takes account of the earlier consultations that took place between 2015 and 2019 and is also based on updated evidence. We have also produced a number of Concept Masterplans which show our aspirations for the allocated sites.
Solihull’s Local Plan will guide the development of the borough for the next decade, and beyond. It is the basis for future planning decisions as it creates a ‘blueprint’ for when and where major developments can take place, and where it shouldn’t.
The representations received will be the focus of the independent examination, which is the next stage in the process, and is expected to take place next year. This Examination in Public (EiP) will be overseen by a nominated Inspector appointed on behalf of the Secretary of State, and he or she will be provided with all of the representations made at this stage. The EiP will be the final scrutiny before the plan can be adopted.
How to Take Part
Make a Representation
In order to help to assist with making your comments, we recommend reviewing the following key documents:
- Solihull Local Plan: Draft Submission Version
- Concept Masterplans
- Policies Plan Map
- Notes for making a representation
- Notes for making a representation about a specific allocated site
- Guidance notes for using on online portal
- Privacy Notice
- Statement of Representations
- Statement of Consultation
- Statement of Community Involvement
- Frequently Asked Questions
To ensure we (and the examiner) know exactly which part of the plan you wish to make representation on, we recommend using our online portal.
LPR Consultation Policy and Delivery
Please note if you wish to comment using the form and wish to make comments on multiple sections polices of the document, you will need to complete a separate sheet for each different policy or site. To help with this you can use the multiple submission form.
Three webinars have been held in place of drop-in sessions at libraries. These can be viewed on the Council’s YouTube page.