Waste Core Strategy
Where are we now?
Core Strategy Local Plan (3.41 MB) sets out how we plan for
waste management facilities in Worcestershire until 2027. The Waste
Core Strategy Local Plan was adopted by Full Council on 15th
November 2012 and is now part of the development plan.
It will be used by the County Council to make
decisions about planning applications for waste management
facilities. City, Borough and District Councils in Worcestershire
will also use it to make decisions about other types of planning
applications that could have waste implications.
The Strategy will guide developers as to what
type of development will be acceptable where and will encourage and
stimulate businesses involved in recycling and re-use of
Waste Sites Web Tool to support Policy WCS 16
has been developed to support Policy WCS 16 (New development
proposed on or near to existing waste management facilities).
It maps all known waste sites in the county with a 250m
contact us if you have any further questions about the
Waste Core Strategy.
Details regarding the development of the Waste Core Strategy
Local Plan are set out on the Preparation Archive
We monitor the implementation of the Waste
Core Strategy Local Plan and report on this annually in the
Your local planning authority is
responsible for deciding whether a development should go ahead
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This page was last reviewed 27 February 2013 at 16:41.
The page is next due for review 26 August 2014.