The city of Salford unitary development plan 2004 to 2016 (UDP) was adopted by Salford City Council on 21 June 2006.
It set out the council's main planning policies used to guide development, conservation, regeneration and environmental improvement activity in Salford.
Due to legislative changes, the council had to apply to the Secretary of State to save policies in the UDP beyond 21 June 2009. Salford City Council's application to the Secretary of State outlining why particular policies should or should not be saved beyond 21 June 2009 is available to download below. Also available to download is the direction from the Secretary of State stating which policies have been saved.
As a result of this process, a number of policies contained within the UDP expired on 21 June 2009. In addition, two further policies expired on 1 April 2012 upon adoption of the Greater Manchester joint waste development plan document and three further policies expired on 26 April 2013 upon adoption of the Greater Manchester joint minerals development plan document.
The saved UDP policies which continue to form part of Salford’s development plan are set out in the saved policies document which can be downloaded below. This document also lists all policies that are no longer saved. The full UDP written statement as adopted on 21 June 2006 may also be downloaded at the foot of the page. The saved policies will gradually be replaced as new development plan documents are adopted.
The interactive proposals map reflects the spatial policies of the saved unitary development plan, together with the relevant spatial policies of other adopted development plan documents.
If you are unable to view documents of these types, our downloads page provides links to viewing software.
This page was last updated on 6 April 2016