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Local Planning Policy (Eden)

Little Asby Fell
View from Little Asby Fell looking south towards the Howgill Fells. Credit: T Harland.
Little Asby Fell
All Saints Church in Orton village
All Saints Church in Orton village is a Grade II* Listed Building with a lime rendered tower. Credit YDNPA.
All Saints Church in Orton village

Planning Policy

All you need to know about Planning Policy in the Yorkshire Dales National Park

Eden Local Plan 2014-32

Eden Local Plan 2014-32

Eden District

Eden District Council is in the final stages of preparing a new Local Plan 2014-32. This Plan is in its ‘examination’ phase where it is being considered by a Planning Inspector. If the Inspector finds the Plan to be ‘sound’, it is likely that the National Park Authority will adopt its policies so that they can be applied in the Eden District part of the new National Park.

Until the new Local Plan is finalised the following adopted policies remain in force in Eden District:

Core Strategy (2010)

Local Plan (1996) (saved 2007)

Cumbria Minerals & Waste Development Framework (2009)

Cumbria County Council are in the process of replacing the adopted Minerals & Waste Development Framework (2009). Consultation on the Publication version of this Plan concluded in July 2016. The next step will be for the Plan to be submitted to the Secretary of State so that it may be examined for soundness before being adopted. The National Park Authority will need to consider whether it wishes to adopt this Plan insofar as it relates to the parts of Eden and South Lakeland Districts outside of the former National Park boundary.

The following Supplementary Planning Documents have also been adopted in Eden:

The Upper Eden Neighbourhood Plan (2012) forms part of the adopted development plan for the parishes of Mallerstang, Kirkby Stephen, Crosby Garrett, Nateby, Ravenstonedale, Soulby, Musgrave, Waitby & Wharton within the National Park. Neighbourhood Planning Areas have also been designated in Asby, Crosby Ravensworth and

An application for a Neighbourhood Development Order (NDO) has been submitted by Kirkby Stephen Town Council.  Its purpose is to permit the lawful reoccupation and extension of Carr House, Mallerstang as an off grid holiday letting business (limited to seven years) and then a dwelling for local occupancy.

Planning Policy

All you need to know about Planning Policy in the Yorkshire Dales National Park

Eden Local Plan 2014-32

Eden Local Plan 2014-32

Application search

Search and view forms and plans - comment online

Planning advice service

Details of our planning advice service

Upper Eden Neighbourhood Plan

Upper Eden Neighbourhood Plan

Core Strategy 2010

Eden Council's core strategy - 2010

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