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Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

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Evidence Base

The Local Plan is underpinned by an extensive evidence base which is has been used to develop the policies. The full evidence base list is detailed within Appendix 1 of the Local Plan. Documents produced by the Council are available below:

Housing

 

Economic Growth

 

Transport and Infastructure

 

Environment and Climate Change

  • Stockton-on-Tees Strategic Flood Risk Assessment- Level 1 and Level 2 (2010)

       Strategic Flood Risk Assessment Level 1:

 Volume 1 - Understanding the  SFRA Process   Volume 2 - SFRA  Technical Report   Volume 3 - SFRA Guidance for Spatial & Development Management 

 

Strategic Flood Risk Assessment Level 1 - Associated Maps:

 A1 Stockton Flood Zones  Map   C1 Stockton Climate Change Map    E4 Stockton Surface Water  Flooding  Map 
 A2 Stockton Flood Zones  Map  C2 Stockton Climate Change Map   E5 Stockton Surface Water  Flooding   Map
 A3 Stockton Flood Zones  Map  C3 Stockton Climate Change Map  E6 Stockton Surface Water  Flooding   Map 
 A4 Stockton Flood Zones  Map  C4 Stockton Climate Change Map  E7 Stockton Surface Water  Flooding   Map
 A5 Stockton Flood Zones  Map  C5 Stockton Climate Change Map  E8 Stockton Surface Water  Flooding  Map
 A6 Stockton Flood Zones  Map   E1 Stockton Surface Water  Flooding   Map  Stockton Defences Map
 A7 Stockton Flood Zones  Map  E2 Stockton Surface Water  Flooding   Map  Stockton Depths Map
 A8 Stockton Flood Zones  Map  E3 Stockton Surface Water  Flooding   Map  Stockton Watercourses Map

 

 Strategic Flood Risk Assessment Level 2:

 View the Level 2 SFRA Report - Part 1                         View the Level 2 SFRA Report - Part 2                        

 

 Strategic Flood Risk Assessment Level 2 - Associated Maps:

 A1 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map   A2 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map   A3 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map
  A10 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map   A20 Stockton Bowesfield and  Boathouse Map  A30 Stockton Seal Sands and  Haverton Hill Map
  A11 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map   A21 Stockton Bowesfield and  Boathouse Map  A31 Stockton Seal Sands and  Haverton Hill Map
  A12 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map   A22 Stockton Bowesfield and  Boathouse Map  A4 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map
  A13 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map   A23 Stockton Bowesfield and  Boathouse Map   A5 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map
  A14 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map   A24 Stockton Bowesfield and  Boathouse Map  A6 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map
  A15 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map   A25 Stockton Seal Sands and  Haverton Hill Map  A7 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map
  A16 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map   A26 Stockton Seal Sands and  Haverton Hill Map  A8 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map
  A17 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Yard Map   A27 Stockton Seal Sands and  Haverton Hill Map   A9 Stockton Tees Marshalling  Map
  A18 Stockton Bowesfield and  Boathouse Map   A28 Stockton Seal Sands and  Haverton Hill Map  
 A19 Stockton Bowesfield and  Boathouse Map   A29 Stockton Seal Sands and  Haverton Hill Map  

 

 

  • Stockton-on-Tees Landscape Character Assessment and Capacity Study (2011) 

Please note that the following inaccuracies have been brought to our attention:

Page 20 paragraph 10.6.2 excerpt of the Landscape Character Assessment Report should read:  

Saltersgill Beck is a continuance of Picton Stell which crosses the Borough boundary from North Yorkshire to the South; Saltersgill Beck is so named from Kirklevington Hall and flows in a westerly direction to eventually join the River Tees.