Supplementary planning documents

The Hull Local Plan was adopted on 27th November 2017. Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs) which formed part of the old plan expired on that date. We are therefore now in the process of preparing new SPDs based on Local Plan topics.

The SPDs will cover the following topics:-

  • House extensions
  • Heritage and archaeology
  • Advertisement design
  • Vitality and viability of centres
  • Trees
  • Protecting existing and providing new open space
  • Ecology and biodiversity
  • City centre design
  • City centre parking
  • Environmental quality
  • Sustainable drainage
  • Residential design
  • Affordable housing

SPDs have a more limited role than local plan policies. For example, they cannot change a land use allocation. They are intended to advise on matters of detail such as design and policy implementation.

SPDs run alongside the Local Plan but there is no requirement for these documents to be examined by a planning inspector. However, we are required to carry out at least one formal public consultation before they can be adopted.

The current stage of the SPDs can be found below:-

Adopted SPDs

SPD1 Designing a house extension

SPD 2 Heritage and archaeology

SPD8 Advertisement design guidance

SPD 9 Vitality and viability of centres

SPD 10 Trees

SPD 11 Protecting existing and providing new open space

SPD 12 Ecology and Biodiversity

SPDs currently subject to consultation

Comments are now invited on the proposed SPD15 – Affordable Housing. The consultation will take place from 1 April 2019 to 13 May 2019.

Comments are now also invited on the proposed SPD7 - Residential Design Guide. The consultation will take place from 23 April to 17 June 2019.

Following initial consultation on SPD3 the proposed SPD and consultation statement showing responses received so far and the Council’s response is available below. Any further comments are now invited.

SPD3 Environmental quality

Following initial consultation on SPD13 and SPD5 the proposed SPD and Consultation statement showing responses received so far and the Council's response is available below. Any further comments are now invited. the Period to comment is 23 April 2019 to 3 June 2019.

If you need a copy of the SPD13 Supporting statement please email dev.control@hullcc.gov.uk 

Submitting a consultation response

Comments for SPD15 should be made using the consultation response form below from 1 April 2019 to 13 May 2019.

Comments for SPD7 should be made using the consultation response form below from 23 April 2019 to 17 June 2019

You can submit comments by –

email at planning.policy@hullcc.gov.uk

by post at -

City Planning

 Hull City Council

 Guildhall

 Alfred Gelder Street

 Hull

 HU1 2AA

Please note comments cannot be kept confidential (check part C of the response form).

Hull City Council is the data controller for personal information you choose to submit on this page.  Your personal information is processed to ensure we meet our statutory duty under the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 to take account of responses to consultations.

We will review your comments when creating our policy documents and may contact you with feedback or queries on this subject.  Your personal information will not be published or disclosed to any other organisation unless we are permitted or required to do so by law. Where issues cross the City boundary details will be shared with East Riding of Yorkshire Council.

If you have questions about how we use your information you can contact dev.control@hullcc.gov.uk

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Or by telephone 0303 123 1113 (local rate) or 01625 545 745 (national rate).

The following SPDs are currently under preparation and will be consulted on once draft documents are available -

  • sustainable drainage
  • residential design
  • affordable housing