Issue details

Central and Eastern Berkshire Joint Minerals and Waste Plan: Duty to Cooperate

To consider a number of Statements of Common Ground (SoCG) that support the Central and Eastern Berkshire Joint Minerals and Waste Plan: Proposed Submission Version (the Joint Plan) and ongoing cooperation with other planning authorities.

Decision type: Key

Decision status: For Determination

Wards affected: None Specific;

Notice of proposed decision first published: 30/06/2020

Decision due: 30 Jul 2020 by Executive

Lead member: Executive Member for Planning and Enforcement - Wayne Smith

Lead director: Director, Place and Growth - Chris Traill

Department: Place Commissioning

Contact: Edward Driver Email: edward.driver@wokingham.gov.uk.

Consultation process

No consultation required

Consultees

South East Waste Planning Advisory Group (SEWPAG) Statement of Common Ground Concerning Strategic Policies for Waste Management
Statement of Common Ground concerning Soft Sand Supply
Statement of Common Ground on Sharp Sand and Gravel Supply
Statement of Common Ground Between Central and East Berkshire Waste Authorities and the South London Waste Plan Boroughs concerning Strategic Policies for Waste
Statement of Common Ground on Strategic Waste Matters, between Westminster City Council, the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead and Wokingham.
Statement of Common Ground Between Central and Eastern Berkshire Authorities and Slough Borough Council – Outstanding

Reference Number: WBC1140

Reason For Consideration: In recognition of the requirement for Councils to demonstrate that the duty to Duty to Cooperate on cross border strategic movements of minerals and waste has been met, Statements of Common Ground have been prepared in support of the emerging Central and Eastern Berkshire Joint Minerals and Waste Plan.

Documents

  • Central and Eastern Berkshire Joint Minerals and Waste Plan: Duty to Cooperate