SPDs are prepared to add further detail to the policies in the Local Plan and can be used to provide further guidance for development on specific sites or on particular issues. They are not subject to an independent examination process and can be prepared quickly, but are still subject to a robust process of consultation and engagement with relevant parties including key stakeholders and the local community. This page details all Supplementary Planning Documents that have been adopted by the Council.
Sedgemoor District Council has recently adopted a Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for the Eastover area of Bridgwater. This document is intended to guide development and promote regeneration of the area. It will also provide the important context in which to consider the redevelopment of the Bridgwater Hospital site.
Sedgemoor District Council prepared this Supplementary Planning Document to set out key principles for the expansion of Isleport Business Park in Highbridge. It was adopted by Full Council in October 2016.
This document follows a nationally-advocated 'character-based approach' to landscape assessment and was adopted as "Supplementary Planning Guidance" by Sedgemoor District Council on 10th September 2003.
Sedgemoor District Council has prepared this Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) to examine the potential of the brownfield site of the former Royal Ordnance Factory (ROF) located at Puriton to the north of Bridgwater in Somerset. It was adopted by Sedgemoor's Full Council on 28th March 2012.
The Supplementary Planning Document (SPD): Travel Planning in Sedgemoor was adopted by Full Council on 19th December 2012. It is based on guidance prepared by Somerset County Council which was offered to Local Planning Authorities as the basis of an SPD to be adopted as part of each Authority's Local Development Framework or Local Plan.