The Infrastructure Study identifies the various forms of infrastructure that are required to meet growth which may come forward through the Local Development framework (LDF) over the period 2009/10 to 2026.
The council has prepared an Infrastructure Study to support the production of the Local Plan, and in particular, the Strategy and Allocations documents. The main purpose of the study is to identify the various forms of infrastructure that are required to meet growth which may come forward over the period 2011/12 to 2028/29 (as set out in the Local Plan).
Twenty-six discrete types of infrastructure were reviewed in detail for this Study and they include:
flood defence and drainage - flood defence, surface water drainage
utilities - water supply and distribution, gas supply and distribution, electricity, telecommunications, sewage and wastewater treatment
health - NHS GP services, NHS dental services, pharmacy services, hospital services
education - pre-school and early years, primary and secondary schools, further and higher education
leisure and amenity - sports and leisure, public open space, library services, community recycling facilities (bring sites)
older and young person's services - older person's accommodation, services for children and families
transportation - highways, bus services, rail services
Yes. An Infrastructure Study (June 2014) has been completed to support the Submission version of the East Riding Local Plan, and in particular the Strategy and Allocations Documents. The Study has been informed by the earlier Infrastructure Study (2011) and updates in 2013 and January 2014:
Infrastructure Study - June 2014 - Main Report (pdf 5.1mb)
Infrastructure Study - June 2014 - Appendix A (pdf 1.8mb)
Infrastructure Study - June 2014 - Appendix B (pdf 28.9mb)
Infrastructure Study - June 2014 - Appendix C (pdf 10.9mb)
Infrastructure Study - June 2014 - Appendix D (pdf 5mb)
Infrastructure Study - June 2014 - Appendix E (pdf 10mb)
An Infrastructure Delivery Plan (IDP) sets out what infrastructure is likely to be needed to support the amount and distribution of housing and economic development set out within the East Riding Local Plan. It draws on information from the East Riding Infrastructure Study and identifies the main partners that will have a role in helping to deliver the Local Plan. A copy of the latest IDP can be downloaded below:
Infrastructure Delivery Plan (pdf 1.42mb)
Yes. The Infrastructure Study was originally prepared in 2011 and subsequently updated in 2013 and January 2014.
Infrastructure Study - January 2014 (pdf 5.1mb)
Please also see Appendix A and B of the 2013 updated Study which remain relevant.
Infrastructure Study Update 2013 (pdf 4mb)
Infrastructure Study Update 2013 Appendix A (pdf 1.9mb)
Infrastructure Study Update 2013 Appendix B (pdf 29.6mb)
Infrastructure Study Update 2013 Appendix C (pdf 304kb)
Infrastructure Study - October 2011 (pdf 8.6mb)
There are also a number of appendices which supported the original Infrastructure Study in 2011. These are set out in the table at the bottom of the page.
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