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This is our Maidstone Local Plan site dedicated to giving you the latest information and details about the local plan.

Local Plan Monitoring


The council is required to report on the progress of the adopted Local Plan and to what extent Local Plan Policies are being achieved.

Housing Land Supply 1 April 2021:

Authority Monitoring Reports

The council produces its Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) each year. The document reports on the progress of the local plan and whether the targets in Maidstone’s local planning policies are being achieved.

Brownfield Land Register 2020

Statement of Community Involvement 2020

The Statement of Community Involvement 2020 sets out when and how stakeholders and the local community can get involved in the preparation of local plans, neighbourhood development plans and supplementary planning documents, and be involved in the process of decision making on planning applications.

A Covid 19 Temporary Addendum to the Statement of Community Involvement can be found here. As restrictions are lifted and libraries reopen the Council will make documents available for public viewing. See table below for information on which libraries are open and what documents will be available.

Libraries which are open

Documents to be made available

Allington

Bearsted

Coxheath

Headcorn

Kent History and Library Centre

Lenham

Madginford

Marden

Shepway

Staplehurst

Yalding

Local Plan Review – Preferred Approaches (Regulation 18b)

Marden Neighbourhood Plan – post referendum documents and adoption documents.

Boughton Monchelsea Neighbourhood Plan – Regulation 16 consultation; decision to move to referendum; referendum documents; post referendum documents and adoption documents.

Lenham Neighbourhood Plan – Decision to move to referendum; referendum documents; post referendum documents and adoption documents.

Otham  Neighbourhood Plan – Regulation 16 consultation; decision to move to referendum; and referendum documents.

Self-Build Register

If you are interested in self-build or custom build projects in your area sign up to the Self-Build Register.

Infrastructure Delivery Plan

The Infrastructure Delivery Plan 2020 (IDP) accompanies the Maidstone Borough Local Plan. The IDP identifies the infrastructure schemes considered necessary to support the development proposed in the Local Plan, outlines how and when these will be delivered. The IDP is a “living document”, subject to regular review and therefore will build upon the emerging Local Plan Review.


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