Draft Bradford District Local Plan - Preferred Options (Regulation 18) February 2021

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Appendices

Appendix 1 Glossary of Terms

Term

Definition

Affordable Housing

This is housing for sale or rent for people whose needs are not by the market (including housing that provides a subsidised route to home ownership and / or is for essential local workers) and which complies with one or more of the following:

  • Affordable housing for rent
  • Starter homes
  • Discounted market sales housing
  • Other affordable routes to home ownership

Area Action Plan (AAP)

A Development Plan Document, which focuses on a specific part of the district. They focus on the implementation of policies towards conservation, change and opportunities (for example a major regeneration project with new housing).

Authorities Monitoring Report (AMR)

A report produced by a local planning authority that assesses the progress and the effectiveness of specified planning policies in development plan documents. It also includes a review of the Local Development Scheme's timetable.

Brownfield Land

See Previously Developed Land.

Core Strategy

This is the key development plan document of the Local Plan which sets out the vision, strategic objectives and strategic policies to guide the pattern and level of development over the 15 year period from adoption.

Core Strategy Partial Review (CSPR)

The partial review of the Core Strategy is being carried out to review those policies which are now out-of-date due to changes in national planning policy and/or local circumstances.

Development Plan

The Development Plan sets out the policies and proposals for development and other use of land in the District. It can be a single document or made up of a number of documents including: Local Plans, Development Plan Documents and Neighbourhood Plan.

Development Plan Documents (DPD)

DPDs are the documents which make up the Local Plan.

Duty-to-Cooperate

The Localism Act 2011 introduced the duty to cooperate. It requires local planning authorities to cooperate with each other, and with other prescribed bodies, on strategic matters that cross administrative boundaries.

Employment Need Assessment and Land Review (ELR)

This evidence-base study provides information on the demand for, and the available supply of, land for employment use. It looks at jobs growth and converts this into a land requirement.

Evidence Base

A collection of technical studies on various topics such as housing, employment, environment, transport. These are used to inform the preparation of the policies in the Local Plan.

Green Belt

An area of open land defined on the policies map of the Local Plan which has been designated in line with national policy where strict controls are placed on development in order to check the unrestricted sprawl of large built up areas, safeguard the countryside from encroachment, prevent neighbouring towns from margining into one another, preserve the special character of historic towns, and assist in urban regeneration.

Greenfield Land

Land that has not previously been developed. (Also see definition for Previously Developed Land).

Gypsy and Traveller Community

Persons of nomadic habit of life whatever their race or origin, including such persons who on grounds only of their own or their family's or dependants' educational or health needs or old age have ceased to travel temporarily, but excluding members of an organised group of travelling showpeople or circus people travelling together as such.

Historic England (HE)

HE is a public body that helps people care for, enjoy and celebrate England's spectacular historic environment.

Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD)

The IMD is a set of six indicators (income; employment; health deprivation and disability; education; skills and training; housing; and geographical access to services) to help identify areas for regeneration, at ward level.

Leeds City Region (LCR)

The LCR covers 10 districts in West, North and South Yorkshire. The LCR partnership supports the economic development of the area.

Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP)

A voluntary partnership of local authorities and businesses which are tasked with creating or improving the conditions for economic growth in the area.

Local Development Scheme (LDS)

This document sets out the timetable for the preparation of the Local Plan.

Local Geodiversity Sites (LGSs)

LGSs are protected in the same way as important biological sites, to recognise and protect the importance of certain landforms.

Local Housing Need

The number of homes identified as being needed through the application of the standard method set out in national planning guidance, or a justified alternative approach.

Local Plan

A plan for the future development of the local area. It provides policies which are used to determine planning applications. It identifies how much development will take place over the next 15 years and where this will occur. It allocates sites to be developed.

Local Planning Authority (LPA)

The public authority whose duty it is to carry out specific planning functions for a particular area.

Localism Act

A major piece of new legislation, which includes wide-ranging changes to local government, housing and planning. Significantly, the Act abolishes regional planning, and introduces the possibility of Neighbourhood Plans as part of the development plan.

National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF)

The NPPF set out the Government's planning policies for England and how these should be applied. It provides a framework within which locally-prepared plans for housing and other development can be produced.

National Planning Practice Guidance (NPPG)

The NPPG provides additional guidance on how the policies in the NPPF should be applied. It also provides guidance on how evidence-base documents should be prepared.

Office for National Statistics (ONS)

ONS is the executive office of the UK Statistics Authority and is the UK Government's single largest statistical producer. ONS produces independent information to improve our understanding of the UK's economy and society.

Previously Developed Land (PDL), also known as Brownfield

Land which is or was occupied by a permanent structure, including the curtilage of the developed land (although it should not be assumed that the whole of the curtilage should be developed) and any associated fixed surface infrastructure. This excludes: land that is or was last occupied by agricultural or forestry buildings; land that has been developed for minerals extraction or waste disposal by landfill, where provision for restoration has been made through development management procedures; land in built-up areas such as residential gardens, parks, recreation grounds and allotments; and land that was previously developed but where the remains of the permanent structure or fixed surface have blended into the landscape.

Retail and Leisure Study

This study will provide up-to-date information on the current and future capacity for retail and leisure development within the District.

Site Allocations DPD

The site allocations DPD will allocate the sites that are required to meet the development needs of the District as set out in the Core Strategy.

Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs)

An SSSI is an area that has been identified under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 as an area as special interest. Related to the natural heritage of wildlife habitats, geological or physiological features of the site.

Special Area of Conservation (SACs)

SACs are designated sites protected under the European Community Habitats Directive, to protect internationally important natural habitats and species.

Special Protection Area (SPAs)

SPAs are designated sites protected under the European Community Directive on the conservation of wild birds, also known as the Birds Directive.

Strategic Economic Plan (SEP)

This plan, prepared by the Leeds City Region LEP, sets out the long-term plan to transform the Leeds City Region economy and create thousands of additional jobs in the next 20 years. It sets out the ambitions for the area and how partnership working between the public and private sector will help to achieve the vision.

Strategic Housing Land Availability Assessment (SHLAA)

The SHLAA is an evidence base document which assesses the availability, suitability and achievability of potential housing sites. It is used to provide an indication of the scale, nature and distribution of housing land across the district.

Sustainability Appraisal (SA)

These are required under new legislation and assess all the policies development plan. They include consideration of social and economic impacts as well as impacts on the environment.

Super Output Area (SOA)

A SOA is a unit of geography designed for the collection and publication of small area statistics.

Use Class Order (UCO)

The Town and Country Planning (Use Classes) Order 1987 puts uses of land and buildings into various categories. Planning permission is not needed for changes of use within the same use class.

  • A1 Shops - Shops, post offices, travel agents, hairdressers, funeral directors, dry cleaners.
  • A2 Financial and professional services - Banks, building societies, betting offices, and other financial and professional services.
  • A3 Food and drink - Restaurants and cafes
  • A4 Food and drink - Pubs
  • A5 Food and drink - Hot food take-aways.
  • B1 Business:
  • (b1a) Offices
  • (b1b) Research and development
  • (b1c) light industry appropriate in a residential area
  • B2 General industrial
  • B8 Distribution, including open air storage
  • C1 Hotels - Hotels, boarding and guest houses where no significant element of care is provided.
  • C2 Residential institutions - Residential care homes, hospitals, nursing homes, boarding schools, residential colleges and training centres.
  • C2a Secure residential institutions – Prisons, young offender's institutions, detention centres, secure training centres.
  •  
  • C3 Dwelling houses - Family houses, or houses occupied by up to six residents living together as a single household, including a household where care is provided for residents.
  • D1 Non-residential institutions - Surgeries, nurseries, day centres, schools, art galleries, museums, libraries, halls, churches.
  • D2 Assembly and leisure - Cinemas, concert halls, bingo and dance halls, casinos, swimming baths, skating rinks, gymnasiums or sports arenas (except for motor sports, or where firearms are used).

West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA)

WYCA is the body which covers the Leeds City Region Area and brings together local councils and businesses to work on a collective vision for the area. It covers the 10 districts of Barnsley, Bradford, Calderdale, Craven, Harrogate, Kirklees, Leeds, Selby, Wakefield and York.

World Heritage Site

A World Heritage Site is a landmark or area which is selected by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as having cultural, historical, scientific or other form of significance, and is legally protected by international treaties.

 

 

Appendix 2 – Policy Tracker

New Plan Structure

Previous Policy Codes

CSPR Scoping

CSPR Preferred Options

Strategic Policies

     

Development Strategy

     

Plan Period (Intro)

 

Yes

Yes

SP1 - Presumption in Favour of Sustainable Development

P1

No

No

SP2 - Spatial Priorities

SC1

Potential

Yes

SP3 - Hierarchy of Settlement

SC4

No

No

SP4 - Location of Development

SC5

Potential

Yes

SP5 - Green Belt and Safeguarded Land

SC7

No

Yes

Planning for Prosperity

     

SP6 - Economic Growth

EC1, EC2 and EC4

Yes

Yes

SP7 - Planning for Sustainable Transport

TR1, TR3

No

Yes

Planning for Homes

     

SP8 - Housing Growth

HO1, HO2, HO4, HO3, HO6, HO7

Yes

Yes

Planning for Places and Communities

     

SP9 - Climate Change, Environmental Sustainability and Resource Uses

SC2

No

Yes

SP10 - Green Infrastructure

SC6

Potential

Yes

SP11 - South Pennine Moors

SC8

No

Yes

SP12 - Strategic Planning for Minerals

NEW

   

SP13 - Waste Management Infrastructure

WM1, WM2, W1, W2

   

SP14 - Making Great Places

SC9

No

No

SP15 - Creating Healthy Places

SC10

Potential

Yes

SP16 - Working Together

SC3

No

No

Thematic Policies

     

Planning for Prosperity

     

EC1 - Employment Land Delivery and Strategic Sites

EC2, EC3

   

EC2 - Enterprise, Business and Employment Zones

EC2, EC3

   

EC3 - Employment and Skills Delivery

EC2, EC3

Yes

Yes

EC4 - City, Town, District and Local Centres

EC5

Yes

Yes

TR1 - Strategic Transport Delivery

TR7

   

TR2 - Transport and Environment

TR3 / TR5

No

Yes

TR3- Transport and Development

TR3

   

TR4 - Transport and Tourism

TR4

No

No

TR5 - Parking

TR2

Potential

Yes

TR6 - Freight

TR6

Potential

Yes

TR7 - Aircraft Safety

TR8

No

No

Planning for Homes

     

HO1 - Housing Delivery and Strategic Sites

HO4 in part

Yes

Yes

HO2- Housing Density

HO5

Potential

Yes

HO3 - Urban Housing

NEW

   

HO4 - Housing Mix

HO8

Yes

Yes

HO5 - Affordable Housing

HO11

Yes

Yes

HO6 - Custom and Self-Build Housing

HO8 (part)

   

HO7 - Specialist Housing and Accommodation

HO8 (part)

   

HO8 - Sites for Gypsies, Travellers and Travelling Showpeople

HO12

Yes

Yes

HO9 - Housing Standards

HO9

Yes

Yes

HO10 - Overcrowing and Empty Homes

HO10

No

No

Planning for Places and Communities

     

EN1 - Green Infrastructure Standards

NEW

   

EN2 - Bio-diversity and Geo-diversity

EN2

Potential

Yes

EN3 - Trees and Woodlands

EN5

Potential

Yes

EN4 - Historic Environment

EN3

No

No

EN5 - Landscape

EN4

No

No

EN6 - Countryside and Development

NEW

   

EN7 - Flood Risk

EN7

Potential

Yes

EN8 - Air Quality

EN8

   

EN9 - Environmental Protection

EN8

   

EN10- Energy

EN6

Potential

Yes

EN11 - Mineral Supply and Landbanks

EN10/ EN11

No

No

EN12 - Mineral Allocations

EN12

No

No

EN13 - Mineral Safeguarding

EN12

No

No

EN14 - Mineral Areas of Search

EN11

No

No

EN15 - Managing Development and Operation of Mineral Sites

EN9

No

No

EN16 - Mineral Site Restoration and Aftercare

NEW

No

No

EN17 - Energy Minerals

EN11

No

No

EN18 - Waste Mangement Development

W4, W5, W6, W7, WDM1, WDM2, WDM5, WDM7

No

No

EN19 - Waste Management Allocations

W3

No

No

EN20 - Safeguarding Waste Management Facilities

WDM3

No

No

EN21 - Sustainable Waste Management in Development

WDM4

No

No

CO1 - Protection and improvements in provision of Open Space and Recreation Facilities

EN1

No

No

CO2 - Community Facilities

NEW

   

CO3 - Health Impact Assessments

NEW

   

DS1 - Achieving Good Design

DS1

No

No

DS2 - Working with the Landscape

DS2

No

No

DS3 - Urban Character

DS3

No

No

DS4 - Streets and Movement

DS4

No

No

DS5 - Safe and Inclusive Places

DS5

No

No

Implementation, Delivery and Monitoring

     

ID1 - Infrastructure Delivery

ID3

No

No

ID2 - Developer Contributions

ID2

Yes

Yes

ID3 - Viability

ID5 / ID8

No

No

ID4 - Working in Partnership - Removed

ID4 / ID7

No

No

ID5 - Supporting Guidance and Documents - Removed

ID1

No

No

ID6 - Monitoring - Removed

ID1

No

No

Sub Area Policies - To be superseded

Various

Yes

Yes

       

 

 

 

Appendix 3 | SPA and SAC Indicative Zones Map (Policy SP11)

Appendix 3

 

APPENDIX 4: MINERALS SAFEGUARDING PLAN

A minerals safegurding plan for the Bradford District.

 

APPENDIX 5: WASTE MANAGEMENT AREAS OF SEARCH

A plan indicating Waste Management Ares of Search in the Bradford District

 

Appendix 6

Accessibility Standards

The following tables provide guidance for the locational policies TR1, TR3, TR4 & TR5 for the development of employment and social infrastructure uses as well as proposed housing sites.

Accessibility is the potential for people to reach certain places within a given time.

 

Where a site does not conform to the accessibility standards at the time of submission it is expected that mitigating measures should be included within the development proposals that would come into effect at the time of initial occupation of the site. These measures may take a number of forms including (but not exclusively), extensions to existing bus services, re-routing of existing bus services, increased frequency of bus services, provision of new bus services, provision of community transport services, community car clubs, community car sharing schemes, improvements to the walking and cycling network (to make distances to public transport shorter), contributions to other public transport provision (including rail) and other innovative accessibility improvements.

Appendix 6 - Accessibility Standards

 

 

Table 1: Accessibility Standards for Employment and Social Infrastructure Uses

 

Employment

Primary Health /

Secondary Health /

Leisure, Retail

 

Education

Education

and Other

   

Sites located

400m of a bus stop

400m of a bus stop

400m of a bus stop

400m of a bus stop

in Bradford

(or 800m of a rail

(or 800m of a rail

(or 800m of a rail

(or 800m of a rail

Urban Area or

station) offering a

station) offering a

station) offering a

station) offering a

extensions to

service at least 4

service at least 4

service at least 4

service at least 4

the urban area

times per hour to a

times per hour to a

times per hour to a

times per hour to a

(Regional Cities,

town or city centre*

town or city centre*

town or city centre*

town or city centre*

Principal Towns

       

& Local Growth

       

Centres) should

       

normally be

       

within;

       

Sites located in

400m of a bus stop

400m of a bus stop

400m of a bus stop

400m of a bus stop

Local Service

(or 800m of a rail

(or 800m of a rail

(or 800m of a rail

(or 800m of a rail

Centres should

station) offering a

station) offering a

station) offering a

station) offering a

normally be

service at least 2

service at least 2

service at least 2

service at least 2

within;

times per hour to a

times per hour to a

times per hour to a

times per hour to a

 

town or city centre*

town or city centre*

town or city centre*

town or city centre*

Table 2: Accessibility Standards for Housing and Mixed Use Developments (that include residential)

     

To Primary Health /

To Town

 

To Local Services

To Employment

Centres / City

 

Education

     

Centres

       

Sites located

400m of a bus stop

400m of a bus stop

400m of a bus stop

400m of a bus

in Bradford

(or 800m of a rail

(or 800m of a rail

(or 800m of a rail

stop (or 800m

Urban Area or

station) offering a

station) offering a

station) offering a

of a rail station)

extensions to

service at least 4

service at least 4

service at least 4

offering a service

the urban area

times per hour to a

times per hour to a

times per hour to a

at least 4 times

(Regional Cities,

town or city centre*

town or city centre*

town or city centre*

per hour to a

Principal Towns

     

town or city

& Local Growth

Or 10mins walk time

 

Or 20mins walk time

centre*

Centres) should

(800m)

 

(1600m)

 

normally be

       

within;

       

Sites located in

400m of a bus stop

400m of a bus stop

400m of a bus stop

400m of a bus

Local Service

(or 800m of a rail

(or 800m of a rail

(or 800m of a rail

stop (or 800m

Centres should

station) offering a

station) offering a

station) offering a

of a rail station)

normally be

service at least 2

service at least 2

service at least 2

offering a service

within;

times per hour to a

times per hour to a

times per hour to a

at least 2 times

 

town or city centre*

town or city centre*

town or city centre*

per hour to a

       

town or city

 

Or 10mins walk time

 

Or 20mins walk time

centre*

 

(800m)

 

(1600m)

 

*Town or City Centres defined as public transport interchange point, including rail stations, in one of the following centres; Bradford, Leeds, Halifax, Ilkley, Keighley, Bingley or Shipley.

 

Permeability Standards

Permeability is a measurement of how publicly accessible space allows access through other space and structures. Development should be designed to enable permeability for pedestrians that is greater at all times than for motor vehicles. This can be measured through an area-weighted average perimeter measure (AWAP), where:

  • The proposed development layout is divided into blocks, delineated by the centreline of the spaces accessible to the public (such as roads or footpaths), expanding to the roads/footpaths to which the development connects, but excluding dead ends
  • The perimeter (in metres) and area (in hectares) of each block is calculated
  • A weighted average of the perimeters is taken, where each perimeter is weighted by the area of the respective block.
  • New development should aim for permeability which is greater (a lower AWAP score) or the same as existing development nearby. City and town centre sites should aim for a score of 300 or lower, and sites should not exceed 600 unless it would prejudice development (such as in the case of buildings with a very large footprint)
  • Development should not lead to permeability worsening on a given site (such as in the case of pre-existing rights of way).

 

Appendix 7 Parking Standards

The parking standards below are based on the standards set out in the former PPG13 (February 2019) and Regional Planning Guidance RPG12 (Oct 2001), along with alignment with neighbouring authorities standards.

The standards are designed to be indicative and will enable the Council to regulate the provision of parking on developments, whilst being mindful of the need to balance parking with the impact it can have on the environment such as on street parking if left unmanaged.

As per the guidelines set out in the National Planning Policy Framework the level of parking provision will be determined by:

  • the accessibility of the development (as assessed against the Accessibility Standards);
  • the type, mix and use of development;
  • the availability of and opportunities for public transport (as assessed against the Accessibility Standards);
  • local car ownership levels; and
  • an overall need to reduce the use of high-emission vehicles.

Wherever possible, the Council will seek to minimise the number of spaces provided on site particularly in highly accessible locations such as the City Centre and Principal Town Centres.

The Council is committed to promoting electric vehicles. New developments must allow for electrical supply infrastructure for up to 34% of long-stay parking spaces to be converted to electric charging, if this is not undertaken upon development occupation.

Parking standards are divided into 4 categories in a hierarchy as shown in Table 1. Higher categories must be considered for suitability for the proposed development before a lower category can be considered.

Table 1 – Development Sustainability Hierarchy

 

Location

Parking standard as proportion of 'Unsustainable' maximum

Type of parking provision

Reduction in vehicle trips compared with local prevailing rate

Zero-Car (Z)

City and town centres or where traffic is restricted

0%

Off-site

100%

Traffic-Free (T)

City and town centres, or locations meeting the accessibility standards

0-30%

preferably fulfilled off-site, active and public transport always more convenient

Up to 80%

Car-Light (C)

Outside city and town centres, locations meeting the accessibility standards

30-70%, spaces beyond 50% may be considered 'contingent'

designed to be less convenient than active and public transport, may be fulfilled off-site

Up to 50%

Unsustainable (U)

Remaining

70-100%, spaces beyond 50% may be considered 'contingent'

On-site

Up to 30%

 

In Traffic-Free and Car-Light developments, the Council encourages off-site parking provision to be explored first before accepting on-site provision. Off-site parking in city and town centres should be provided as part of a parking structure, and this approach should be considered in all types of development. In Unsustainable and Car-Light sites, parking spaces provided beyond 50% of the 'Unsustainable' maximum may be considered contingent', requiring applicants to later neutralise spaces or convert them to non-parking uses, based on observed use.

 

Table 2 – Vehicle Parking Standards

Type and Size of Development

Parking Standards (maximum)

 

 

Zero-Car

Traffic-Free

Car-Light

Unsustainable

A1

Food Retail (under 500sqm)

Yes, 0 spaces

1 space per 120sqm

1 space per 50sqm

1 space per 35sqm

A1

Food Retail (500-999sqm)

Yes, 0 spaces

1 space per 120sqm

1 space per 50sqm

1 space per 20sqm

A1

Food Retail (above 1000sqm)

Yes, 0 spaces

1 space per 120sqm

1 space per 50sqm

1 space per 14sqm

A1

Non-Food Retail (under 500sqm)

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement

1 space per 36sqm

1 space per 25sqm

A1

Non-Food Retail (500-999sqm)

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement

1 space per 36sqm

1 space per 25sqm

A1

Non-Food Retail (above 1000sqm)

Yes, 0 spaces

1 space per 83sqm

1 space per 36sqm

1 space per 25sqm

A2

Offices

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement

1 space per 15sqm

1 space per 10sqm

A3

Food and Drink

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement (presumption against)

1 space per 10sqm

1 space per 5sqm

A4

Public Houses/Wine Bars

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement (presumption against)

1 space per 10sqm

1 space per 5sqm

A5

Hot Food Takeaway

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement (presumption against)

1 space per 10sqm

1 space per 5sqm

B1

Business

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement

1 space per 45 sqm

1 space per 30sqm

B2

Industry (above 2500 sqm)

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement

1 space per 75 sqm

1 space per 50sqm

B8

Storage and Distribution

N/A

Minimum operational requirement

1 space per 250sqm

1 space per 250sqm

C1

Hotels and Guest Houses

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement (presumption against)

1 space per 2 bedrooms

1 space per bedroom

C2

Hospitals (above 2500sqm)

N/A

1 space per 12 staff + 1 space per 12 daily visitors

1 space per 6 staff + 1 space per 6 daily visitors

1 space per 4 staff + 1 space per 4 daily visitors

C2

Nursing Homes

N/A

1 space per 8 residents + 1 space per 7 staff

1 space per 7 residents + 1 space per 3 staff

1 space per 5 residents + 1 space per 2 staff

C3

Student Halls

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement (presumption against)

1 space per 8 students

1 space per 5 students

C3

Dwellings

Yes, 0 spaces

Average of 0.4 spaces per unit

Average of 0.8 spaces per unit

Average of 1.2 spaces per unit

C3

Sheltered Housing

Yes, 0 spaces

1 space per 12 staff + 1 space per 12 daily visitors

1 space per 6 staff + 1 space per 6 daily visitors

1 space per 4 units + 1 space per 4 units for visitors and staff

C3

Hostels

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement (presumption against)

1 space per 6 staff + 1 space per 6 residents

1 space per 4 staff + 1 space per 4 residents

C4

Houses Multiple Occupancy

Yes, 0 spaces

0 spaces

1 space per 3 bedrooms

1 space per 2 bedrooms

D1

Non-residential Health Centres, Surgeries

N/A

1 space per consulting room + 1 space per 10 staff

2 spaces per consulting room + 1 space per 5 staff

3 spaces per consulting room + 1 space per 3 staff

D1

Day nurseries & crèches

Yes, 0 spaces

1 space per 20 children

1 space per 9 children

1 space per 6 children

D1

Places of Worship

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement

1 space per 36sqm

1 space per 25sqm

D1

Libraries

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement

1 space per 36sqm

1 space per 25sqm

D1

Museums

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement

1 space per 90sqm

1 space per 60sqm

D1

Primary Schools

N/A

1 space per 4 staff + 3 spaces for visitors

1 space per 3 staff + 4 spaces for visitors

1 space per 2 staff + 5 spaces for visitors

D1

Secondary Schools

N/A

1 space per 4 staff + 6 spaces for visitors

1 space per 3 staff + 8 spaces for visitors

1 space per 2 staff + 10 spaces for visitors

D1

Higher and Further Education (above 2500 sqm)

N/A

1 space per 4 staff + 8 spaces for visitors

1 space per 3 staff + 10 spaces for visitors

1 space per 2 staff + 15 spaces for visitors

D2

Assembly and Leisure (above 1000 sqm)

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement

1 space per 35sqm

1 space per 22sqm

D2

Cinemas, Conference and Concert ( above 1000 sqm)

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement

1 space per 15 seats

1 space per 5 seats

D2

Stadia

N/A

N/A

N/A

1 space per 15 seats + coach lay-by parking

D2

Leisure Sports and Leisure activities, Swimming pools, Tennis/Squash/Bowling

Yes, 0 spaces

Minimum operational requirement

Minimum operational requirement

1 space per 2 players/staff 1 space per 5 fixed seats, 1 space per 10sqm pool area, 4 space per court/lane

D2

Riding Stables/Equestrian Centres

N/A

N/A

N/A

1 space per 2 horses on the yard + 1 horsebox space per 150sqm

D2

Other Uses

Yes, 0 spaces

1 space per 100sqm

1 space per 50sqm

1 space per 25sqm

SG

Auction Rooms and Garage Forecourts

N/A

N/A

N/A

1 space per 2sqm standing area

SG

Workshops

N/A

N/A

N/A

1 space per 2 staff, 3 spaces per service bay

SG

Private Hire/Hackney Carriage office

N/A

N/A

N/A

Min 5 spaces or 1 space for every 4 cars operating from

SG

Filling Stations

N/A

N/A

N/A

1 space per 2 staff


Parking Standards

In addition to the parking provision set out in the table above it is expected that developments should provide adequate parking for disabled motorists at the levels set out in Table 2 below:

 

Table 3 – Disabled Parking Standards

Type of Development

Level of Provision

Employment Site

Up to 200 parking spaces 5% of capacity should be

 

reserved for disabled parking (minimum 2 spaces)

 

Over 200 spaces 2% of capacity + 6 spaces should be

 

reserved for disabled parking

Public, shopping and Leisure Facilities

Up to 200 spaces 6% of capacity should be reserved for

 

disabled parking (minimum 3 spaces)

 

Over 200 spaces 4% of capacity + 4 spaces should be

 

reserved for disabled parking

 

In line with policies TR1 and TR3 developments should provide adequate secure parking provision for cyclists and motorcyclists as per the Table 3 below. Refer also to LTN 1/20, Chapter 11 for further guidance on cycle parking standards and what constitutes long and short stay parking.

All categories must provide parking for adapted cycles for disabled people, to 5% of total cycle parking capacity for each of short and long stay parking, co-located with disabled vehicle parking, rounded up to the nearest whole number.

Table 4 - Cycle Parking Standards

Type, Size and Location of Development

Cycle and Motorcycle Parking Standards

A1

Retail Food / Non Food

Long stay – 1 secure stand per 100sqm

Short stay – 1 stand per 100sqm

   

A2

Financial & Professional services

Short stay – 1 stand per 100sqm, Long stay - 1 secure stand per 300sqm

A3 Food & Drink

Long stay - 1 secure stand per 100sqm

Short Stay – 1 stand per 40sqm (max 10)

   

A4 Public Houses & Wine Bars

Each case to be considered on merit

A5 Hot Food Takeaway

Each case to be considered on merit

B1

Business Offices

Long stay – 1 secure stand per 150sqm

Short Stay – 1 stand per 500sqm

   

B1

Business Light Industry

Long stay – 1 secure stand per 150sqm

Short Stay – 1 stand per 500sqm

   

B2

General Industry

Long stay – 1 secure stand per 350sqm

Short stay – 1 stand per 500sqm

   

B8

Warehousing / Storage & Distribution

Long stay – 1 secure stand per 500sqm

Short stay – 1 stand per 1000sqm

   

C1

Hotels, Boarding & Guest Houses

Long Stay – 1 secure stand per 10 employees

Short Stay – 1 stand per 10 beds

   

C2

Hospital

Long stay – 1 secure stand per 6 staff

Short Stay – 1 stand per 2 beds

   

C2 Nursing Homes

Long stay – 1 secure stand per 6 staff

Short stay 1 stand per 2 beds

   

C3

Dwellings Flats

Long stay – 1 secure stand per bedroom

Short stay – 1 stand per unit

   

C3 Dwellings Houses/Bungalows

Long stay – 1 secure stand per bedroom

Short stay – 1 stand per unit

   

C3 Student Accommodation

Long stay – 1 secure stand per bedroom

Short stay – 1 stand per unit

   

C3

Retired / Sheltered Accommodation

Long stay – 1 secure stand per unit

Short stay – 1 stand per unit

   

C4

Houses Multiple Occupation

Long Stay – 1 secure stand per bedroom

D1

Health Centres / surgeries

Long stay – 1 secure stand per 2 consulting rooms

Short stay – 1 stand per consulting room

   

 

APPENDIX 8: LEEDS BRADFORD AIRPORT AERODROME SAFEGUARDING MAP

Map showing the outer boundary of the Aerodrome Safeguarding Area for Leeds Bradford Airport. This represents the area where buildings, structures or works over defined heights are deemed to be a potential problem for aviation safety.  

The Council may require additional information for applicants in this area in order to meet its obligation to consult Leeds Bradford Airport effectively.

 

Appendix 9 | Bradford's Nature Conservation Designations (Policy EN2) 

Reference

Site Name

Special Protection Areas (SPA)

SPA001

South Pennine Moors Phase II

Special Area of Conservation (SAC)

SAC001

South Pennine Moors

Sites of Scientific Interest (SSSI)

SSSI001

Bingley South Bog

SSSI002

Trench Meadows

SSSI003

Yeadon Brickworks & Railway Cutting

SSSI004

South Pennine Moors

Local Nature Reserves (LNR)

LNR001

Railway Terrace

LNR002

Sun Lane, Burley in Wharfedale

LNR003

Tong Moor

LNR004

Ben Rhydding Gravel Pits

Local Wildlife Sites (LWS)

LWS001

How Beck Wood Riddlesden

LWS002

Shipley Station

LWS003

Carperley Beck

LWS004

Birks Wood

LWS005

Black Carr Wood

LWS006

Hirst Wood

LWS007

Hainworth Wood

LWS008

Harden Moor and Deepcliffe Wood

LWS009

Denholme Gate

LWS010

Odsal Wood

LWS011

Park Wood

LWS012

St Leonard's Farm

LWS013

St Ive's Estate

LWS014

Bierley Wood

LWS015

Crabtree Ghyll

LWS016

Low Wood

LWS017

Fairbank Wood

LWS018

Great Wood - West Wood

LWS019

Hainsworth Hedges

LWS020

Lumbgill Wood

LWS021

Low Mill, Addingham

LWS022

Owlhill Wood

LWS023

Panorama Wood

LWS024

Nun Wood

LWS025

Baildon Moor

LWS026

Black Moor

LWS027

Brow Moor

LWS028

Brackenhill Ghyll

LWS029

Brackenhill Grassland

LWS030

Buck Park Quarry

LWS031

Bull Greave Beck

LWS032

Burley Disused Railway

LWS033

Gillgrange Clough

LWS034

Great Gill

LWS035

Jacob's Wood/ Holden Beck

LWS036

Silverdale, Denholme

LWS037

St Paul's Wood

LWS038

Swartha Wood

LWS039

Briery Wood and Heber's Ghyll

LWS040

Buck Wood West

LWS041

Buck Wood East

LWS042

Burley Bypass Verges

LWS043

Chellow Dean Woods and Reservoir

LWS044

Elam Wood

LWS045

Fagley Beck

LWS046

Graincliffe & Compensation Reservoir

LWS047

Bingley North Bog

LWS048

Stockbridge Nature Reserve

LWS049

Cottingley Woods - Black Hills

LWS050

Gilstead Moor Edge and Prince of Wales Park

LWS051

Dowdy Wood

LWS052

Ewe Hills

LWS053

Hawkcliffe Wood, Steeton

LWS054

Hawkstone Wood, Esholt

LWS055

Heaton Woods, Northcliffe Woods and Old Spring Woo

LWS056

Hewenden Wood, Cullingworth

LWS057

Hollin Plantation

LWS058

Horton Bank Country Park

LWS059

Ives Plantation, Oxenhope

LWS060

Judy Woods

LWS061

Milking Hole Beck and Hewenden Reservoir

LWS062

Nan Scar Clough, Oxenhope

LWS063

Owler Park and Spring Wood, Ilkley

LWS064

Penistone Hill Country Park

LWS065

Shipley - Thackley Disused Railway

LWS066

Rye Loaf Hill, Cottingley

LWS067

Silsden Reservoir Woodland

LWS068

Spring and Jerrison Woods

LWS069

Spring Crag and Alder Carr Wood

LWS070

Sun Hill Clough, Oxenthorpe

LWS071

Terrace Ghyll - Ilkley

LWS072

Thackley Wood

LWS073

Transfield Wood

LWS074

Whins Wood

LWS075

Boar's Well Urban Willdlife Reserve

LWS076

Railway Terrace and Raw Nook

LWS077

Sun Lane, Burley in Wharfedale

LWS078

Steeton Reservoir

LWS079

Marley Bog

LWS080

Brown Bank Marsh

LWS081

White Hill

LWS082

Newsholme Dean

LWS083

Shibden Head

LWS084

Harden Beck

LWS085

Middleton Woods

LWS086

Miles Rough, Cottingley

LWS087

Toad Holes Beck, Oakenshaw

LWS088

Airedale Spring Mill Pond, Haworth

LWS089

Baden Street, Haworth

LWS090

Beechcliffe Ings

LWS091

Beechcliffe Ox-bow

LWS092

Ben Rhydding Gravel Pits

LWS093

Brow Moor with Sugden End

LWS094

Currer Wood, Steeton

LWS095

Grassland near Steg Holes

LWS096

Hazel Beck, Cottingley

LWS097

Holme House Wood and Grasslands, Keighley

LWS098

Millman Bridge Ox-bow

LWS099

Noon Nick

LWS100

Park Wood, Tong

LWS101

Shipley Glen

LWS102

Steg Holes

LWS103

West of Shipley High Moor

LWS104

Far Bank, Addingham

LWS105

Tong Park with Hawksworth Spring Wood

LWS106

Pitty Beck, Thornton

LWS107

Baildon Bank

LWS108

Nab Wood, Shipley

Local Geological Sites (LGS)

LGS001

Addingham Edge Millstone Quarry

LGS002

Baildon Bank and Baildon Green Quarries

LGS003

Baildon Moor

LGS004

Cow and Calf Rocks, Ilkley

LGS005

Dimples Quarry, Haworth

LGS006

Doubler Stones, Addingham Moorside

LGS007

Eldwick Crag and Quarry

LGS008

Goitstock Waterfall, Cullingworth

LGS009

Horton Bank Country Park, Bradford

LGS010

Lanshaw Delves, Ilkley

LGS011

Noon Nick, Shipley

LGS012

Ponden Clough, Haworth

LGS013

Royds Hall Beck, Wyke

LGS014

Shipley Glen

LGS015

Throstle Nest, Silsden

LGS016

Wrose Hill, Shipley

 

APPENDIX 10: OPERATIONAL/PERMITTED WASTE MANAGEMENT SITES IN BRADFORD DISTRICT

The table below sets outs details of operational and permitted waste management sites within Bradford District. It is based on sites information from the Bradford Waste Model and the Active Sites lists from the Environment Agency's Waste Data Interrogator 2018 and 2019. It should be noted that this list will be updated for subsequent stages of the plan, should further information come forward.

Site Category

Facility Type

Facility Name & Address

Combustion

Gas Engine

Esholt Waste Water Treatment Works, Ainsbury Avenue, Bradford

Recovery

Deposit of waste to land as a recovery

The Shay, Brighouse & Denholme Road, Thornton

Midgeham Cliff End Quarry, Ryecroft Road, Hardena

Landfill

Inert Landfill

The Far Shay, Brighouse & Denholme Road, Thornton

Hallas Rough Quarry, Black Moor, Halifax Road, Cullingworth

MRS

Car Breaker

Yard at Simmonites 755 Thornton Road, Thornton, Bradford

Listerhills Salvage, Unit 1, Handel Street, Listerhills, Bradford

Yorkshire Van Breakers Ltd, Hutson Street, Marshfields, Bradford

Hall Lane Car Spares, Hall Lane, East Bierley, Bradford

Bowling Autos, Rutland Street, Bradford

Triple XXX Car Spares, Victoria House, Garnett Street, Bradford

Quarry Auto Spares, Carr House Lane, Wyke, Bradford

City Salvage, 115 Beckside, Lidgett Green, Bradford

Tay Motors, 115 Beckside, Lidgett Green, Bradford

Bradford Autospares & Salvage, Old Co-op Dairy, Rutland Street, Bradford

Knowles Mill, Unit 17a, Knowles Street, Bradford

Springfield Autos, Arthur Street, Idle, Bradford

Universal Car Spares Ltd, Mill Lane, Bradford

Vrww's, Grosvenor Works, Grosvenor Road, Bradford

Metal Recycling

Newgate Works, Bowling Back Lane, Bradford

Dick Lane Metals, Dick Lane, Tyersal, Bradford

Newgate Works, Back Muff Street, Bowling Back Lane, Bradford

Hector Moore Ltd, Deal Street, Worth Village, Keighley

Ridgenorth Ltd, Lawkholme Lane, Keighley

EMR, Old Railway Goods Yard, Planetrees Road, Bradford

Land at Foster Cliffe Farm, Low Lane, Silsden

Crossley Evans Ltd, Station Sidings, Otley Road, Shipley

Tom Dawson Metals, Thornton Road

Vehicle Depollution Facility

Laisterdyke Vehicle Dismantlers, Laisterdyke Road, Laisterdyke, Bradford

Manningham Car Breakers, Clifton Mill, Clifton Street, Manningham, Bradford

Shipley Auto Spares, Leeds Road, Shipley

Triple XXX Motorbike Breakers, Dispatch Depot, Lyndale House, Fitzwilliam Street, Bradford

Storage

Temporary Storage Installation

Progress Works, Hall Lane, Bradford

Transfer

Civic Amenity Site

Bradford Household Waste Site, Bradford Bulk Loading Station, Bowling Back Lane, Bradford

Dowley Gap Recycling Centre & Household Waste Site, Wagon Lane, Bingley

Ford Hill Household Waste Site, Hill End Lane, Ford Hill, Queensbury

Keighley Household Waste Site, Royd Ings Avenue, Keighley

Sugden End Household Waste Site, Halifax Road, Keighley

Dealburn Road Household Waste Recycling Centre, Dealburn Road, Low Moor, Bradford

Midland Road Household Waste Recycling Centre, Midland Road, Manningham, Bradford

Golden Butts Household Waste Recycling Centre, Golden Butts Road, Ilkley

Hazardous Waste Transfer

Highspeed Group Ltd, Unit 1, Newbridge Industrial Estate, Pitt Street, Keighley

Bradford Bulk Transfer Loading Station, Bowling Back Lane, Bradford

Spartan Road Site, South Bradford Trading Estate, Spartan Road, Low Moor, Bradford

Manor Coating Systems Ltd, Otley Road, Charlestown, Shipley

Non-Hazardous Waste Transfer/Treatment

Premises at Whitewell Street, Victoria Works, Barnard Road, Bradford

Hill Top Works, Walsh Lane, Bingley

Peel Park Depot, Step Yard, Bolton Road, Bradford

Harris Street Depot, Cleansing Depot, Harris Street, Bradford

Keighley TLS, Keighley Bulk Transfer Station, Royd Ings Avenue, Keighley

Envirowaste Services Ltd, Queens Road, Bradford

Land off Bradley Road, Bradley Road, Silsden

Premises off Ripley Road, Ripley Road, West Bowling, Bradford

Hammerton Street, Bradford

Alma Works, Fred's Place, Bradford

Laisterdyke Transfer Station, Peace Street, Laisterdyke, Bradford

Progress Works, Hall Lane, Bradford

Treatment

Biological Treatment

Esholt Waste Water Treatment Works, Ainsbury Avenue, Bradford

Chemical Treatment

Thornton Processing Ltd, Caledonia Works, Fullerton Street, Bradford

Inert Waste Transfer/Treatment

Bradford Recycling, Beckside Works, Old Cornmill Lane, Bradford

Material Recycling Facility

Euroway, Unit 1, Wharfedale Road, Euroway Industrial Estate, Bradford

Canal Road Materials Recycling Facility

Non-Hazardous Waste Transfer/Treatment

Associated Waste Management Ltd, Neville Road, Bowling, Bradford

Old Crown Dyeworks, Birkshall Road, Bradford

Unit 15, Iron Works Park, Bowling Back Lane, Bradford

Physical Chemical Treatment

BASF, Dealburn Road, Low Moor, Bradford

Bow Beck Clinical Waste Treatment Facility, Bow Beck, Bowling Back Lane, Bradford

Physical Treatment

Midgeham Cliff End Quarry, Ryecroft Road, Harden

Octane House, Peace Street, Bradford

WEEE Treatment Facility

Newgate Works, Bowling Back Lane, Bradford

C.J. Metal Recycling, The Yard, Heber Street, Keighley

Juz Electronic Ltd, Carter Gate Works, Thornbury Road, Bradford

a This is onlya temporary planning permission. Restoration should be completed in the mid/late 2020s.

 

 

Appendix 11 – Open Space Standards

Typology

Bradford Open Space Quantity Standard (ha/1,000 population)

Bradford Open Space Accessibility Standards

Distance from residential property to open space site (metres)

Allotments

0.20

2.1 800

Amenity greenspace

0.50

2.2 480

Cemeteries

0.25

2.3 1,200

Civic spaces

0.01

2.4 1,600

Green and Blue corridors

0.20

2.5 720

Natural and semi-natural greenspace

1.00

2.6 720

Open land in settlements

0.45

2.7 800

Outdoor sports facilities

1.80

2.8 1,200

Parks and gardens

0.90

2.9 800

Provision for children and young people*

(0.4 sites per 1,000 pop)

 

2.10 Doorstep Playable Spaces (Similar to LAP (Local Area Play))

 

2.11 100

2.12 Local and Neighbourhood Playable Spaces

2.13 (Similar to LEAP (Locally Equipped Area for Play))

 

2.14 400

2.15 Destination Play

2.16 (Similar to NEAP (Neighbourhood Equipped Area for Play))

 

2.17 1000

2.18 BMX /Skate Parks

 

2.19 700

*The resulting standard for Provision for Children and Young People is expressed as the number of sites per 1,000 of the population rather than the area.

 

Appendix 12 – Planning Commitments

Council Ref

Address

Ward

Sub Area

Total

Units completed at 31/03/2020

Units carried forward into the Local Plan

CC/003

Hamm Strasse

City

Top of Town/City Village

166

0

166

CC/012

National House, Sunbridge Road

City

Goitside

64

0

64

CC/023

Conditioning House

City

Forster Square, Little Germany & Cathedral Quarter

133

0

133

CC/067B

5 Cheapside

City

Top of Town/City Village

5

0

5

CC/067C

6 Picadillly

City

Top of Town/City Village

8

0

8

CC/067D

8-10 Picadilly

City

Top of Town/City Village

34

0

34

CC/067E

12 Picadilly

City

Top of Town/City Village

13

0

13

CC/068B

34-36 Canal Road

City

Forster Square, Little Germany & Cathedral Quarter

33

0

33

CC/068C

36 Canal Road

City

Forster Square, Little Germany & Cathedral Quarter

45

0

45

CC/068E

24-26 Canal Rd

City

Forster Square, Little Germany & Cathedral Quarter

30

0

30

CC/077

Olicana House

City

Forster Square, Little Germany & Cathedral Quarter

158

49

109

CC/086

43 Darley Street

City

Top of Town/City Village

9

0

9

CC/089

Arndale House

City

Forster Square, Little Germany & Cathedral Quarter

126

0

126

CC/093

153 Sunbridge Rd

City

Goitside

56

0

56

CC/098

Church Bank

City

Forster Square, Little Germany & Cathedral Quarter

110

32

78

CC/101

Well Street

City

Forster Square, Little Germany & Cathedral Quarter

59

0

59

CC/102

38-42 Peckover street

City

Forster Square, Little Germany & Cathedral Quarter

6

3

3

CC/103

46 Peckover Street

City

Forster Square, Little Germany & Cathedral Quarter

43

41

2

CC/106

Upper Millergate

City

Top of Town/City Village

32

0

32

CC/107

Wardley House

City

The Central Civic Business & Leisure District

16

4

12

CC/108

Hollings Mill

City

Goitside

59

0

59

CC/110

George Street

City

The Central Civic Business & Leisure District

28

0

28

CC/111

17a Westgate

City

Top of Town/City Village

9

0

9

CC/112

19 Peckover Street

City

Forster Square, Little Germany & Cathedral Quarter

26

0

26

CC/115

77-93 Westgate and 2 Baptist Street

City

Top of Town/City Village

41

0

41

CC/117

200-206 Leeds Road

Bowling and Barkerend

The Southern Gateway

10

0

10

CC/118

New Augustus and Trust House Filey Street

Bowling and Barkerend

The Southern Gateway

100

49

51

Bradford City Centre Total

1419

178

1241

CR/011

Olivers Locks, Canal Road

Bolton and Undercliffe

n/a

1000

77

923

CR/012

Livingstone Road, Bolton Woods

Windhill and Wrose

n/a

59

24

35

CR/038

Valley Rd

Heaton

n/a

38

0

38

CR/049

Otley Road

Shipley

n/a

18

0

18

CR/051

New Victoria Hotel

Windhill and Wrose

n/a

5

0

5

Canal Road Corridor Total

1120

101

1019

NE/004

Roundwood Avenue, Ravenscliffe

Eccleshill

Undercliffe & Eccleshill

232

185

47

NE/006b

Westfield Lane, Idle

Idle and Thackley

Wrose, Thackley & Idle

26

0

26

NE/013b

Westfield Lane

Windhill and Wrose

Wrose, Thackley & Idle

10

0

10

NE/014

Fagley Croft

Eccleshill

Undercliffe & Eccleshill

8

0

8

NE/015A

Harrogate Road, Greengates

Idle and Thackley

Wrose, Thackley & Idle

28

0

28

NE/024

Crimshaw Lane, Bolton Woods

Windhill and Wrose

Wrose, Thackley & Idle

12

0

12

NE/025A

Simpsons Green

Idle and Thackley

Wrose, Thackley & Idle

268

170

98

NE/038

Moorside Road, Eccleshill

Eccleshill

Undercliffe & Eccleshill

589

0

589

NE/039

Fagley Road

Eccleshill

Undercliffe & Eccleshill

128

0

128

NE/055A

Harrogate Rd/Carr Bottom Rd

Idle and Thackley

Wrose, Thackley & Idle

105

90

15

NE/056

Cote Farm Leeds Road, Thackley

Idle and Thackley

Wrose, Thackley & Idle

219

0

219

NE/119

Ashton Walk

Idle and Thackley

Wrose, Thackley & Idle

60

56

4

NE/147

Thackley Grange

Idle and Thackley

Wrose, Thackley & Idle

14

0

14

NE/148

Harrogate Road

Idle and Thackley

Wrose, Thackley & Idle

45

43

2

NE/153

114 Undercliffe Road

Bolton and Undercliffe

Undercliffe & Eccleshill

7

0

7

NE/162

Stockhill Road

Idle and Thackley

Wrose, Thackley & Idle

8

0

8

NE/170

Peel Park Hotel

Bolton and Undercliffe

Undercliffe & Eccleshill

5

0

5

NE/172

Sycamore Close

Bowling and Barkerend

Barkerend

25

0

25

NE/174

Cavendish Rd, Idle

Eccleshill

Undercliffe & Eccleshill

29

17

12

NE/175

Newstead Hall Rd, Eccleshill

Eccleshill

Undercliffe & Eccleshill

6

3

3

NE/176

1222 Leeds Rd

Bradford Moor

Barkerend

9

0

9

NE/178

Haigh Hall Rd, Greengates

Idle and Thackley

Wrose, Thackley & Idle

6

0

6

NE/179

Former Council office, Ravenscliffe Avenue

Eccleshill

Undercliffe & Eccleshill

15

0

15

NE/180

78 Westfield Lane

Windhill and Wrose

Wrose, Thackley & Idle

5

0

5

NE/181

Romanby Shaw

Eccleshill

Undercliffe & Eccleshill

47

23

24

Bradford North East Total

1906

587

1319

NW/013B

Newport Road

Manningham

Manningham

9

0

9

NW/019

West Avenue, Sandy Lane

Thornton and Allerton

Allerton

14

0

14

NW/026A

Ivy Lane, Allerton

Thornton and Allerton

Allerton

104

0

104

NW/028

Chellow Grange Road, Heaton

Heaton

Heaton

98

0

98

NW/036

Whitburn Way

Thornton and Allerton

Allerton

23

0

23

NW/038

Allerton Lane

Thornton and Allerton

Allerton

9

0

9

NW/039

Allerton Lane/Cote Lane

Thornton and Allerton

Allerton

292

142

150

NW/051

Ashwell Farm, Heaton

Heaton

Heaton

27

0

27

NW/056

Allerton Road, Girlington

Clayton and Fairweather Green

Allerton

11

5

6

NW/063

Pearson Lane

Toller

Girlington

3

0

3

NW/067

Saffron Drive, Allerton

Thornton and Allerton

Allerton

6

0

6

NW/074

Hill Top Lane, Allerton

Thornton and Allerton

Allerton

5

0

5

NW/076

Fairmount, North Park Drive, Heaton

Manningham

Manningham

15

0

15

NW/102

Duckworth Lane

Toller

Girlington

9

5

4

NW/113

Nesfield House

Manningham

Manningham

5

0

5

NW/114

Lily Street

Manningham

Manningham

7

0

7

NW/115

Chellowfield Court

Heaton

Heaton

9

0

9

NW/116

Rutland House

Manningham

Manningham

18

0

18

NW/117

9 Eldon Place

Clayton and Fairweather Green

Manningham

8

0

8

NW/118

Green Lane/Lumb Lane

Manningham

Manningham

14

0

14

NW/122

Thorn Lane/Bingley Road

Heaton

Heaton

360

0

360

NW/127

246-250 Manningham Lane

Manningham

Manningham

5

0

5

Bradford North West Total

1051

152

899

SE/084

Rooley Lane

Wibsey

Bowling

6

1

5

SE/088

Sugden Street, Low Moor

Wyke

Low Moor and Wyke

5

0

5

SE/108

Woodside Road

Wyke

Low Moor and Wyke

7

0

7

SE/142

Flockton Road

Bowling and Barkerend

Bowling

30

0

30

SE/143

Flockton Road

Bowling and Barkerend

Bowling

16

0

16

SE/176

Fenby Ave

Bowling and Barkerend

Bowling

8

0

8

SE/180

64 Tong St

Tong

Bierley

7

0

7

SE/184

Dunsford Avenue, Bierley

Tong

Bierley

6

0

6

SE/185

Land north of Titan District centre, Wyke

Wyke

Low Moor and Wyke

8

0

8

Bradford South East Total

93

1

92

SW/005A

Westminster Drive, Clayton

Clayton and Fairweather Green

Clayton and Clayton Heights

99

42

57

SW/021A

Woodlands Road

Queensbury

Clayton and Clayton Heights

12

0

12

SW/038

St Andrews Mill, Legrams Lane

City

Great and Little Horton

49

0

49

SW/049

Junction with Park Road, Manchester Road, Little Horton

City

Great and Little Horton

554

0

554

SW/061A

Northside Rd

Great Horton

Great and Little Horton

167

0

167

SW/067

Halifax Road / Western Way, Woodside

Royds

Royds and Wibsey

57

54

3

SW/068

Legrams Lane

Great Horton

Great and Little Horton

20

0

20

SW/075

Scholemoor Rd, Lidget Green

Great Horton

Great and Little Horton

5

0

5

SW/076

Saint Street, Great Horton

Great Horton

Great and Little Horton

12

0

12

SW/085

Legrams Lane /Archibald Street

City

Great and Little Horton

8

0

8

SW/093

Leaventhorpe Hall

Thornton and Allerton

n/a

30

0

30

SW/095

Paternoster Square Great Horton

Great Horton

Great and Little Horton

6

0

6

SW/116

Dan Lane / Dunnock Avenue

Queensbury

Clayton and Clayton Heights

12

7

5

SW/130

Little Horton Lane

Little Horton

Great and Little Horton

14

0

14

SW/133

Holroyd Hill

Wibsey

Royds and Wibsey

13

6

7

SW/141

Hastings Street

Little Horton

Great and Little Horton

5

0

5

SW/143

Poplar Grove

Royds

Royds and Wibsey

9

4

5

SW/147

Gratfton Street

City

Great and Little Horton

46

0

46

SW/149

100 Hollingwood Lane

Great Horton

Great and Little Horton

5

0

5

SW/151

141 Woodhead Rd

City

Great and Little Horton

8

0

8

SW/152

162-164 High St

City

Royds and Wibsey

7

0

7

SW/153

Swarland Grove,

City

Great and Little Horton

63

0

63

SW/154

Princeville Rd

City

Great and Little Horton

7

0

7

SW/163

Pasture Walk, Clayton

Clayton and Fairweather Green

Clayton and Clayton Heights

6

0

6

Bradford South West Total

1214

113

1101

SH/054

Hollins Lane

Windhill and Wrose

n/a

5

0

5

SH/055

26-30 Avondale buildings

Shipley

n/a

5

0

5

SH/066

Dock Lane, Shipley

Shipley

n/a

6

0

6

SH/069

Atkinson Street

Shipley

n/a

7

0

7

SH/070

Dock Lane / Canalside

Shipley

n/a

78

69

9

Shipley Total

101

69

32

BI/004a

Ireland Street

Bingley

n/a

4

2

2

BI/006

Keighley Rd, Crossflatts

Bingley

n/a

10

0

10

BI/012

Lady Lane

Bingley

n/a

11

3

8

BI/031

Mornington Road /Ferncliffe Road

Bingley

n/a

16

0

16

BI/039

Keighley Road

Bingley

n/a

119

0

119

BI/060

Fomer Priestthorpe School Annex, Mornington Road

Bingley

n/a

8

0

8

Bingley Total

168

5

163

IL/005

Ashlands Road, Leeds Road

Ikley

n/a

14

0

14

IL/036

Owler House - Park Road

Ikley

n/a

4

1

3

IL/038

Leeds Rd

Ikley

n/a

5

0

5

Ilkley Total

23

1

22

KY/005

Spring Gardens Lane Keighley

Keighley central

Keighey NW

9

5

4

KY/006

Hawkstone Drive

Keighley central

Keighey NW

2

0

2

KY/007

Shann Lane

Keighley central

Keighey NW

128

0

128

KY/008

Shann Lane

Keighley central

Keighey NW

30

0

30

KY/020

Fell Lane

Keighley West

Keighley SW

16

0

16

KY/023

Keighley Rd Exley Head

Keighley West

Keighley SW

124

37

87

KY/058

Park Lane

Keighley East

Keighley SE

61

0

61

KY/061

Broom Street

Keighley East

Keighley SE

12

0

12

KY/072

Hainworth Lane/ Haincliffe Road, Ingrow

Keighley East

Keighley SE

20

0

20

KY/090

Woodhouse Road

Keighley East

Keighley SE

8

0

8

KY/096

Elmwood Terrace, Bracken Bank

Keighley East

Keighley SE

6

0

6

KY/103

Wyngarth, Parkwood Rise

Keighley East

Keighley SE

8

3

5

KY/104

Oxford Street

Keighley West

Keighley SW

13

5

8

KY/120

80 Cavendish Street

Keighley central

Keighley Central (BDZ)

8

3

5

KY/126

Scott Lane, Riddlesden

Keighley East

Riddlesden and Stockbridge

4

0

4

KY/127

Canalside, Riddlesden

Keighley East

Riddlesden and Stockbridge

15

0

15

KY/139

Castle Mills, Becks Road

Keighley West

Keighley SW

66

0

66

KY/141

Halifax Rd

Keighley East

Keighley SE

12

0

12

KY/162

13-17 Dalton Lane

Keighley East

Keighley Central (BDZ)

5

0

5

KY/165

Land at Parkwood Rise

Keighley East

Keighley SE

15

0

15

KY/166

Back Eric St

Keighley central

Keighley Central (BDZ)

5

0

5

KY/168

Skipton Rd

Keighley central

Keighley Central (BDZ)

5

0

5

KY/169

Halifax Road

Keighley East

Keighley SE

7

0

7

KY/178

396-398 Skipton Rd

Keighley central

Keighley NW

6

0

6

KY/179

68-70 Cavendish Street

Keighley central

Keighley Central (BDZ)

6

0

6

KY/180

Royd Street, Beechcliffe

Keighley central

Keighley NW

9

0

9

KY/181

North Street

Keighley central

Keighley Central (BDZ)

5

0

5

Keighley Total

605

53

552

BU/011

Greenholme Mill

Wharfedale

n/a

89

 

89

BU/021

93 Main Street

Wharfedale

n/a

5

1

4

Burley in Wharfedale Total

94

1

93

ME/001B

Bingley Road

Wharfedale

n/a

133

0

133

ME/021

Fairfax Club

Wharfedale

n/a

3

0

3

ME/020

Otley Road

Wharfedale

n/a

71

0

71

Menston Total

207

0

207

QB/019

Commercial Street

Queensbury

n/a

9

0

9

QB/047

Bradshaw View

Queensbury

n/a

5

0

5

QB/048

Thornton Rd

Queensbury

n/a

5

0

5

Queensbury Total

19

0

19

SI/002

Bolton Road

Craven

n/a

57

0

57

SI/005C

Middleway

Craven

n/a

13

0

13

SI/007A

Keighley Rd/Belton Rd

Craven

n/a

223

90

133

SI/012

Sykes Lane

Craven

n/a

49

34

15

SI/028

Greengate

Craven

n/a

6

0

6

Silsden Total

348

124

224

ST/006c

Acer Close

Craven

n/a

9

0

9

ST/010A

Main Road Eastburn

Craven

n/a

147

143

4

Steeton with Eastburn Total

156

143

13

TH/004

Sapgate Lane

Thornton and Allerton

n/a

17

0

17

TH/015

James Street

Thornton and Allerton

n/a

18

0

18

TH/017

Cliffe Lane

Thornton and Allerton

n/a

4

0

4

TH/031

269 Thornton Road

Thornton and Allerton

n/a

4

0

4

Thornton Total

43

0

43

AD/023

The Street

craven

n/a

10

3

7

AD/002A

Parsons Lane

craven

n/a

6

0

6

Addingham Total

16

3

13

BA/026

Baildon Golf Club, Moorgate

Baildon

n/a

5

0

5

BA/027

Prod Lane

Baildon

n/a

5

0

5

BA/029

The Little Blue Orange, Otley Road

Baildon

n/a

10

7

3

BA/030

Baildon Mills, Northgate

Baildon

n/a

56

0

56

BA/031

Knoll Terrace

Baildon

n/a

5

1

4

BA/032

Newton Way

Baildon

n/a

8

0

8

Baildon Total

89

8

81

CO/004

Bradford Road

Bingley Rural

n/a

3

0

3

Cottingley Total

3

0

3

CU/002

Manywells Road

Bingley Rural

n/a

233

162

71

Cullingworth Total

233

162

71

DH/001

Halifax Road

Bingley Rural

n/a

17

0

17

Denholme Total

17

0

17

EM/015

Fairfield Morton Lane

Keighley East

n/a

3

0

3

EM/016

Street Lane

Keighley East

n/a

3

0

3

East Morton Total

 

6

0

6

HR/002/3

Bingley Road

Bingley Rural

n/a

28

15

13

Harden Total

28

15

13

HA/009

Bridgehouse Mill

Worth Valley

n/a

123

62

61

HA/017

Chapel Works, Station Road

Worth Valley

n/a

9

0

9

HA/033

Clevedon Street

Worth Valley

n/a

7

0

7

Haworth Total

139

62

77

OX/019

Oxenhope Social Club, Lower Town

Worth Valley

n/a

5

0

5

Oxenhope Total

5

0

5

WI/012

St Matthews Close

Bingley Rural

n/a

6

0

6

WI/015

Wellington Road

Bingley Rural

n/a

7

0

7

Wilsden Total

13

0

13

 

 

Appendix 13 – Planning Obligations Formulas

The Council is intending to develop a comprehensive developer's guide to development contributions. It will set out the range of contributions towards infrastructure that the Council may seek from developers and landowners in order to mitigate the impact of development and make proposals acceptable in planning terms. This will provide clarity and certainty to developers and communities over the approach to planning contributions and the costs of infrastructure.

Central to the guide will be a set of formulas used to calculate development contributions across different infrastructure sectors. National Planning Policy Guidance sets out that it is not appropriate for plan-makers to set out new formulaic approaches to planning obligations in supplementary planning documents or supporting evidence base documents, as these would not be subject to examination.

This appendix to the Local Plan will be further developed and form part of the Local Plan.

A Education and Development

Education services use specific child yield figures in Bradford which vary depending on the size and type of homes but typically the calculation are based upon 2 additional primary school aged children, and 1.5 additional secondary school aged children per year group for every 100 dwellings (as set out in Table 1). This has been calculated from an average yield from previous developments. This figure is reviewed periodically. The average rates used by Bradford Council for child yield are comparable to those used by neighbouring authorities.

Dwellings with fewer than 2 bedrooms; student accommodation and accommodation specifically for the elderly are not included in the calculations.

Table 1: Typology – Homes and Average Child Yield

Type of Home

Number of Bedrooms

Average additional primary children per school year group

Average additional secondary children per school year group

Flats/Apartments

2 – 4

1

0.75

Flats/Apartments

5 or more

2

1.5

Houses

2 – 4

2

1.5

Houses

5 or more

2.5

2

For larger housing development of >250 new homes, as this is likely to bring in significant numbers of families new to the District, the above figures are doubled as set out in Table 2 below.

Table 2: Typology – Homes and Average Child Yield (>250 dwellings)

Type of Home

Number of Bedrooms

Average additional primary children per school year group

Average additional secondary children per school year group

Flats/Apartments

2 – 4

1

1.5

Flats/Apartments

5 or more

3

3

Houses

2 – 4

4

3

Houses

5 or more

5

4

Average Cost Multipliers and School Places

The most recent guidance from the Department for Education* recommends the use of national average cost multipliers which are published annually in the DfE school place scorecards**. It is also advised that this cost is adjusted to reflect the costs in the region, known as the location factor – for Bradford this is a factor of 0.91.

National average cost per additional mainstream place (2019)

Primary £17,268

Secondary £23,775

Bradford District final cost multipliers are therefore:

Primary £15,714

Secondary £21,635

Overall Formula Calculation

Contributions requested for education infrastructure is therefore calculated as follows:

Primary:

Houses

0.02 (yield per year group) xx (year groups) x x (number of dwellings) x £15,714 (cost per place) = £

Apartments:

0.01 (yield per year group) x x (year groups) x x (number of dwellings) x £15,714 (cost per place) = £

Secondary:

Houses

0.015 (yield per year group) x x (year groups) x x (number of dwellings) x £21,635 (cost per place) = £x

Apartments:

0.0075 (yield per year group) x x (year groups) x x (number of dwellings) x £21,635 (cost per place) = £

B Sport and Leisure Services

Sport and Leisure Services contributions are set out through are sliding scale which are set out below in Box 1 and 2 (data dates from 2017/18).

Box 1 - Section 106 Agreement – Off site contribution

10 units > 15 units 150 units > 159 units

14,414 16,333 163,571 170,120

16 units > 20 units 160 units > 169 units

17,199 19,130 172,870 175,656

21 units > 29 units 170 units > 179 units

19,802 21,916 176,999 179,785

30 units > 39 units 180 units > 189 units

22,774 24,701 181,758 184,545

40 units > 49 units 190 units > 199 units

24,985 27,234 186,604 189,390

50 units > 59 units 200 units

108,111 117,939 195,267

60 units > 69 units 210 units

117,984 120,769 190,877

70 units > 79 units 220 units

124,667 127,455 199,124

80 units > 89 units 230 units

130,276 132,956 202,981

90 units > 99 units 240 units

135,853 138,639 206,839

100 units > 109 units 250 units

141,513 144,299 210,696

110 units > 119 units (Contribution Scale increase

147,045 149,832 Apr 2017 with retail price index)

120 units > 129 units

152,606 155,393

130 units > 139 units

158,087 160,874

140 units > 149 units

163,386 166,172

Box 2 - Contribution Scale for Single Bedroom Dwellings

Up to 30 – no contributions

Up to 39 - £6,853

Up to 49 - £8,229

Up to 59 - £9,605

Up to 69 - £10,981

Up to 79 - £12,358

Up to 89 - £13,734

Up to 99 - £15,110

Up to 109 – £16,486

Up to 119 - £17,861

Up to 129 - £18,805

Up to 139 - £19,238

Up to 149 - £21,990

Up to 159 - £23,366

NOTE

 

Student accommodation to be regarded as single bedroom dwellings

 

 

 

Appendix 14 – Green Infrastructure Network Map

 

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