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Medway Local Plan 2003
The Medway Local Plan 2003 was adopted and launched on 14
May 2003, replacing the Medway Towns Local Plan 1992 and the Medway
Local Plan Deposit Version 1999. Copies are available on request,
by visiting the Interactive Policies
and Proposals maps web page, or downloaded by
using the links below:
- Medway Local Plan 2003
- Proposals map 1
- Hoo Peninsula - West (pdf 17,615KB)
map 2 - Hoo Peninsula - East (pdf 17,664KB)
Proposals map 3 - Rochester, Strood, Cuxton and
Halling (pdf 18,166KB)
Proposals map 4 - Chatham, Gillingham, Rainham and
Hempstead (pdf 17,883KB)
map - Chatham, Gillingham and Strood (pdf 15,083KB)
- Inset map -
Rochester and Rainham (pdf 11,353KB)
- Local Plan saved policies (pdf
To use the pdfs on this page you will need Adobe Acrobat
Reader. If you do not have this on your computer, please use our
To purchase a copy of the Medway Local Plan 2003, please
contact the Planning Policy team by telephone on 01634
331629, or email at email@example.com.
Interactive CDs of the Local Plan are provided free of charge when
a printed version of the Local Plan is purchased. The price of the
Medway Local Plan 2003 is £35, plus £9.50 postage and packing.
Local Plan Monitoring
The council is continually monitoring the policies and proposals
in the Local Plan and produces regular reports covering the take up
of housing, retail and employment land. These reports can be
found on the Authority Monitoring Report page.
New Local Plan
The council has started work on a new Local Plan.
This will replace the 2003 Medway Local Plan. This will be a single
document, containing strategic level and development management
policies, land allocations, minerals and waste, and a policies map.
The process of producing a new plan is anticipated to take around
three years. The plan will cover the period up to 2035, providing
for the number of homes and jobs, and supporting infrastructure,
such as transport, health facilities, schools, parks that the area
and its growing population needs over this time.
Please refer to the Planning Policy page for more information and