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Waste Planning

Waste Local Plan

The County Council is required as Waste Planning Authority to include strategic and detailed policies relating to waste management. Prior to the Planning and Compulsory Purchase Act 2004, strategic policies were included in its Structure Plan and more detailed policies within the Waste Local Plan.

The Waste Local Plan was adopted on 30th June 2006, and can be viewed through the links below. The Plan was due to lapse on 30th June 2009, but the Secretary of State has directed that all of its policies be saved for an extended period. A copy of the direction is available through the link below.

Parts A and B of the Adopted Plan have been amended to include the recommendations contained in the Inspector's Report, and changes have been made to the text and the Inset Plans to reflect the current position as at 1st January 2006.

The Waste Local Plan progressed through a number of distinct stages, with the key stages listed below.  Plans or summaries may be seen by clicking on the appropriate links below, with the Inspector's Report available through the 'Re-Deposit' link:

If you wish to purchase copies of these publications, please click on the link below.

If you have any queries regarding the Waste Local Plan, please contact us using the details shown below, or by completing the online enquiry form:

Development Management
Room ABG Lucombe House
County Hall
Topsham Road
   01392 383280

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