Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs) are intended to expand upon policy or provide further detail to policies in development plan documents.
The Surrey Minerals Plan Minerals Site Restoration Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) was adopted by the County Council at its meeting on 19 July 2011. The purpose of the SPD is to set out the County Council’s vision of how existing and proposed mineral workings should be restored in Surrey during the period to 2026. It sets out best practice in restoration techniques and presents indicative restoration schemes for all of the preferred areas for working of primary aggregates and silica sand as identified in the Surrey Minerals Plan Core Strategy and Primary Aggregates DPDs 2011.
Files available to download
- 01 Adopted Restoration SPD - Chapters 1 to 4 (PDF)
The purpose of the SPD, explains the Surrey approach to restoration and enhancement, discusses the issue of inert fill and void space and sets out the preferred areas for mineral extraction identified in the Surrey Minerals Plan
- 04 Adopted Restoration SPD - Chapters 5 to 8 (PDF)
Good restoration practice and enhancement, including how to develop a restoration vision. Outline the planning application and the restoration information the County Planning Authority will require, as well as the post-planning permission phases of a scheme.
- 02 Adopted Restoration SPD - Preferred Areas A to H (PDF)
Indicative restoration schemes - intended as a starting point for further discussion when planning applications are prepared.
- 03 Adopted Restoration SPD - Preferred Areas J to S (PDF)
More indicative restoration schemes - intended as a starting point for further discussion when planning applications are prepared.
- Adopted Restoration SPD - Part 2 - Appendices (PDF)
Appendices for the Minerals site restoration SPD providing references, contacts, guides and checklists (warning large file)