Development Management in Birmingham

Closed 29 Mar 2019

Opened 4 Feb 2019

Feedback Updated 1 Aug 2019

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The Development Management in Birmingham document (DMB) will provide detailed policies to help determine planning applications and development decisions across the City.

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Overview

The Development Management in Birmingham document (DMB) will provide detailed policies to help determine planning applications and development decisions across the City.

From 4 February 2019, the City Council is inviting comments on the DMB Preferred Options as part of a formal public consultation.

The DMB will provide detailed non-strategic policies to support the delivery of the adopted Birmingham Development Plan. The DMB will replace the remaining Saved 2005 Birmingham Unitary Development Plan policies once it is adopted.

A copy of The Development Management in Birmingham document (DMB) can be found below in the related document section of this page

 

Why We Are Consulting

The City Council is inviting views and comments on the Development Management in Birmingham document (DMB) Preferred Options as part of a formal consultation.

This Preferred Options consultation is the second stage in progressing towards the final version of the Development Management in Birmingham (DMB) document. Comments and views will be taken into account and help shape the next stage of the document.

 

How to get involved

An online survey has been set up for people and organisations to provide their comments on the Preferred Options Document (a copy is available to download below). People can also provide comments by email or post (Planning & Development, Birmingham City Council, 1 Lancaster Circus, Birmingham, B4 7DJ).

The document can also be viewed at libraries throughout the City (see below), and at 1 Lancaster Circus

Meetings will also be held with key stakeholders throughout the consultation period. Please get in touch with us if you would like to organise a meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Anyone from any background

Interests

  • Environment
  • Planning
  • Regeneration
  • Transport (Including Walking)