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    Regeneration and long term planning policies

    Just a quick question really.

    Should there be long term planning policies in place so that once the regeneration is "complete" that the aims of the regeneration are continued to be met (i.e. the avoidence of an area becoming a dormitory) or should they be allowed to change (i.e. allowing the area to become a dormitory)?


    Daniel

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    Just a quick answer: yes.

    Your master plan policies should remain on the books so that attained goals are retained.

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    Thankyou, it seems like this has been ignored in one of the sites that I am investigating where it has become a "dormitory" even though the UDC recognised and "took" action to make sure it didnt become such.

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