Lancaster City Council revisits Local Plan in light of Climate Emergency

19th November 2020

CPRE highlights the importance of finding rural solutions to the climate crisis in a response to Lancaster City Council’s Local Plan Review

CPRE is fully supportive of the council’s decision to review the Local Plan in light of the declaration of a Climate Emergency.

Marice Brophy, Service Manager for Planning and Housing Strategy at Lancaster City Council, can be seen speaking below in a video which outlines the reasons for revisiting the Local Plan and the areas that this will affect, and we recommend that those interested watch it as it gives a useful overview.

The consultation closes on November 20th 2020. Download CPRE’s response below, or visit the City Council’s consultation for more information.

www.lancaster.gov.uk/news/2020/sep/consultation-launches-on-local-plan-climate-change-measures

Click here to download CPRE’s letter in response to the consultation

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