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Explanation of the key to maps

Settlements Boundaries:
Settlement boundaries as defined in the relevant authorities adopted Local Plans, within which development is generally acceptable subject to adopted planning policies.

Proposed changes to settlement boundary:
Sites which are below the size threshold to be considered for allocation in the GNLP (0.25 hectares) or sites proposed as extensions to existing settlement boundaries.  Where these sites are adjacent to an existing settlement consideration will be given to extending that boundary.  Where sites are not adjacent to an existing settlement boundary, a new settlement boundary to incorporate the site and any adjacent development could be considered depending upon the sustainability of the location. These sites will be consulted on in autumn/winter 2018.

Sites submitted during Reg 18 stage:
New sites or revision to existing sites put forward through the Regulation 18 consultation. These sites will be consulted on in autumn/winter 2018.  New sites are indicated by a reference number beginning GNLP2XXX. Revisions to existing sites retain their original GNLP reference number from the Regulation 18 consultation with a 'R' suffix added.  Following detailed assessment these sites may be considered for potential allocation in the GNLP.

Sites submitted during call for sites:
Sites received during or after the "Call for Sites" which was held in spring/summer 2016.  These sites were consulted on as part of the Regulation 18 consultation which took place between 8th January and 22nd March 2018.  Following detailed assessment these sites may be considered for potential allocation in the GNLP.

Commitments:
These are site which already have a planning status, either through being allocated in an adopted Local Plan or having planning permission for development.

Broads Authority Area:
The area of the Broads Authority, which is outside the scope of the GNLP.

Parish Boundary:
The defined Parish Boundary. It is advisable to check for sites that may be adjacent to settlements but in neighbouring parishes.