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Local Development Orders

The Lancashire Advanced Engineering and Manufacturing Enterprise Zone (Samlesbury) Local Development Order No.1 (2012)

In the coalition government's 2011 autumn financial statement to the House of Commons, the Chancellor of the Exchequer granted Enterprise Zone status to Lancashire on parts of BAE Systems' Samlesbury and Warton sites.

This new generation of Enterprise Zones launched by Government are intended to allow areas with real potential to create the new businesses and jobs that they need, with positive benefits across the wider economic area.  The core offer of the Zones is around simplified planning, specifically through the introduction of Local Development Orders and business rates discounts reflecting the Government's core belief that economic growth and job creation should be led by the private sector.

The Order was confirmed on 27th March 2010.

Draft Order and reasons

LDO No 1 (2012) Adopted Verison

List of neighbours consulted

List of statutory consultees

Response from Natural England

Response from Environment Agency

Response from LEP

Response from Highways Agency

Response from LCC Planning Department

Documents submitted to National Planning Casework Unit 

 

  1. Applications for Local Development Orders
  2. You are here: The Lancashire Advanced Engineering and Manufacturing Enterprise Zone (Samlesbury) Local Development Order No.1 (2012)
  3. Lancashire Enterprise Zone Masterplan consultation
  4. The Lancashire Advanced Engineering and Manufacturing Enterprise Zone (Samlesbury) Local Development Order No. 2 (2013)