The JSP will form the strategic policy context for individual Local Plans prepared by the four authorities. The scope of the JSP, with its supporting evidence base, is focused on: identifying the number of new market and affordable homes and amount of employment land needed across the West of England from 2016-2036; identifying the most appropriate spatial strategy and strategic locations for growth; and, outlining the strategic transport and other infrastructure required to support sustainable growth.
The publication version of the West of England Joint Spatial Plan was approved for consultation at a Special Executive meeting of North Somerset Council on 14 November 2017.
Download Michael Reep paper (including JSP) to NSC Executive (1.4MB)
Bloor Homes representation to the Joint Spatial Plan consultation in respect of their Banwell “Garden Village” proposal.
Origin3 submission to the JSP call for sites.
Plan for the Churchill/Langford showing the Origin3 site submitted to the previous call for sites (2015).