Surrey County Council as the Minerals Planning Authority (MPA) and the Waste Planning Authority (WPA) aims to:
- Ensure that we plan to meet Surrey's needs for mineral resources and sustainable waste management
- Minimise adverse impacts of minerals and waste related-development on local communities and the environment
- Set the framework and policies within which future planning applications for mineral and waste development will be considered.
Statement of Community Involvement
The Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) is a document that sets out the ways in which the Surrey Community can comment on planning applications, and how and when you can influence the content of new planning policy documents.
The Statement of Community Involvement was agreed by the County Council in October 2019.
Minerals and Waste Development Framework
Surrey County Council's Minerals and Waste Development Framework (MWDF) is a portfolio of plans and related documents that provide the blueprint for future mineral extraction and waste management in Surrey. The MWDF comprises the following adopted Plans:
- Surrey Waste Local Plan 2019 - 2033
- Surrey Minerals Plan Core Strategy Development Plan Document (DPD) 2011
- Surrey Minerals Plan Primary Aggregates DPD 2011
- Surrey Minerals Plan Minerals Site Restoration Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) 2011
- Aggregates Recycling Joint DPD for the Minerals and Waste Plans 2013
Minerals and Waste Development Scheme
The Minerals and Waste Development Scheme (MWDS) is Surrey County Council's public statement of its adopted minerals and waste development plans and documents, and its programme for reviewing them. The latest MWDS was agreed by the County Council in May 2022.
We welcome feedback on our MWDS. Comments received will be considered during any review of the document. Please send your comments or any enquiries to the Minerals and Waste Planning Policy Team at: email@example.com
Data Collection and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
The new European privacy regulation, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is applicable from the 25 May 2018. GDPR monitors how organisations use, store and delete personal data. In order to comply with the new regulations, we are required to post privacy notices, that set out the data we collect, how we will use it and how long we will retain it.
Privacy notice 1 relates to Minerals and Waste Local Plan consultations and Privacy notice 2 relates to data collection for the South East England Aggregates Working Party (SEEAWP) and South East Waste Planning Advisory Group (SEWPAG).
If you have previously submitted personal data and would like that information removed from our databases, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.