Supplementary planning documents (SPDs) add detail to the policies in development plan documents and provide guidance on particular topics.
SPDs are subject to public consultation before being adopted by us.
The following SPDs have been adopted:
Landscape and Townscape SPD (2022) (adopted 17 March 2022)
Cambridgeshire Flood and Water SPD (2017) [PDF, 5.5MB] (adopted 20 April 2017)
Huntingdonshire Design Guide SPD (2017) [PDF, 48MB] (adopted 16 March 2017) (please right-click on the document link and select 'Save link/target as...' See below for more details) and Huntingdonshire’s Design Guide SPD 2017 – Compatibility Statement (2021) [PDF, 0.2MB]
Wind Energy Development in Huntingdonshire SPD (2014) [PDF, 5MB]
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Great Fen Masterplan
The Great Fen is a strategically important project. The Great Fen Master Plan 2010 or successor document is a material consideration for development management purposes.
Huntingdonshire's Local Plan to 2036 specifically references The Great Fen Master Plan and the importance of the Landscape and Visual Setting of the Great Fen within local plan policies LP 3 Green Infrastructure and LP 35 Renewable and Low Carbon Energy.
We have also prepared the following document, which is not an SPD and has not been subject to consultation, to provide guidance to prospective developers of wind power schemes: