The South Downs Local Plan was adopted on 2 July 2019 and will replace all of the below policies.
|Authority (area within the National Park)||Saved Local Plan Policies and/or adopted Core Strategies|
|Adur||Adur District Local Plan (1996)|
|Arun||Arun District Local Plan (2003)|
|Brighton and Hove|
|Chichester||Chichester District Local Plan First Review (1999)|
|Eastbourne||Eastbourne Borough Plan (2003)|
|Mid Sussex||Mid Sussex Local Plan (2004)|
|Horsham||Horsham Core Strategy (2007)|
|Lewes||Lewes District Local Plan (2003)
Lewes District Joint Core Strategy (2016) – Adopted by the SDNPA on 23 June 2016.Policies SP1 and SP2 of the Lewes District Joint Core Strategy, insofar as they apply to the administrative area of the South Downs National Park, were quashed at the High Court on 20 March 2017. Work continues on the emerging South Downs Local Plan to ensure that there is an up to date development plan for all parts of the National Park including that part which lies within Lewes District.
|Wealden||Wealden Local Plan (1998) (saved policies not deleted by the adoption of the Core Strategy)
Wealden District (Incorporating Part of the South Downs National Park) Core Strategy Local Plan – Adopted by the SDNPA on 19 February 2013
|Winchester||Winchester District Local Plan Review (2006) (saved policies not deleted by the adoption of the Core Strategy)
Local Plan Part 1 (Winchester Joint Core Strategy) – Adopted by the SDNPA on 20 March 2013
|Worthing||Worthing Local Plan (2003) (saved policies not deleted by the adoption of the Core Strategy)
Worthing Core Strategy (2011)
NEIGHBOURHOOD DEVELOPMENT PLANS
Once they achieve ‘made’ status, Neighbourhood Development Plans covering land within the South Downs National Park also become part of the Development Plan. Please see our Neighbourhood Development Plans page for updates on the status of any Neighbourhood Development Plan in your area.
Minerals and Waste Plans
For more information on the Waste and Minerals Plans currently covering the National Park, or being prepared, please go to the Minerals and Waste Plans page.