Consultation on the draft ports national policy statement and associated documents

Date published:
09 November 2009
Closing date:
15 February 2010

Summary

The Department for Transport published this consultation document on 9 November 2009 in order to invite views on the draft National Policy Statement for ports and the accompanying documents listed below.

This consultation document explained the context of the NPS and set out the key policies. The consultation period for the draft National Policy Statement closed on 15 February 2010. The responses are now being carefully considered and the Department will publish a summary of them.

The NPS has been under Parliamentary Scrutiny and the Transport Select Committee published a  report to the House in March (HC 217).

The Secretary of State will lay a response before Parliament in due course, as required by s.9(5) Planning Act 2008. 

 

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Consultation document (510 kb)

Consultation on the draft ports national policy statement and associated documents

Published:
09 November 2009

Consultation document - Welsh language (142 kb)

Consultation on the draft ports national policy statement and associated documents - Welsh language

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09 November 2009

National Policy Statement for Ports (871 kb)

National Policy Statement - consultation on the draft ports national policy statement and associated documents

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09 November 2009

Ports: National Policy Statement for England and Wales – Appraisal of Sustainability (AoS) Report (1 Mb)

Appraisal of Sustainability - Consultation on the draft ports national policy statement and associated documents

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09 November 2009

Appropriate Assessment (2 Mb)

Appropriate Assessment - Consultation on the draft ports national policy statement and associated documents

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09 November 2009

Impact Assessment (305 kb)

Impact Assessment - Consultation on the draft ports national policy statement and associated documents

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09 November 2009

IA Evidence Base (2 Mb)

IA Evidence Base - Consultation on the draft ports national policy statement and associated documents.

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09 November 2009

Appraisal of Sustainability (AoS) – Appendix 1 Scoping Report (565 kb)

Appendix 1 - Consultation on the draft ports national policy statement and associated documents.

Published:
09 November 2009

Appraisal of Sustainability (AoS) - Appendix 2 – AoS Phase 1 Assessment (342 kb)

Appendix 2 – AoS Phase 1 Assessment - Consultation on the draft ports national policy statement and associated documents.

Published:
09 November 2009

Appraisal of Sustainability (AoS) - Appendix 3 – AoS Phase 2 Assessment (397 kb)

Appendix 3 – AoS Phase 2 Assessment - Consultation on the draft ports national policy statement and associated documents.

Published:
09 November 2009

Appraisal of Sustainability (AoS) - Appendix 4 – AoS Phase 3 Assessment (331 kb)

Appendix 4 – AoS Phase 3 Assessment - Consultation on the draft ports national policy statement and associated documents.

Published:
09 November 2009

Appraisal of Sustainability (AoS) - Appendix 5 – AoS Phase 4 Assessment (491 kb)

Appendix 5 – AoS Phase 4 Assessment - Consultation on the draft ports national policy statement and associated documents.

Published:
09 November 2009

Ports NPS Event-Cardiff 7/12/09 (41 kb)

A summary of the proceedings at the Ports NPS consultation event held at ABP Cardiff on 7 December 2009.

Published:
22 March 2010

Ports NPS Event-Leeds 10/12/09 (40 kb)

A summary of the proceedings at the Ports NPS consultation event held at the Royal Armouries, Leeds on 10 December 2009.

Published:
22 March 2010

Ports NPS Event-London 14/1/10 (58 kb)

A summary of the proceedings at the Ports NPS consultation event held at the Methodist Central Hall, London, on 14 January 2010.

Published:
22 March 2010

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