Clavering – Uttlesford Local Plan

Like many villages in north Essex, Clavering can trace its history to before the Norman conquest.

The village has only 1,200 residents but has seen a number of developments since 2010. In 2015 the local residents group  successfully won an appeal against a development for 42 new homes from developer Gladman.

2015 new Local Plan Context

After their draft Local Plan was rejected, Uttlesford District Council started a new Local Plan process in 2015. The start of the process included a ‘call for sites’. This asked all landowners and developers to come forward with land that they’d like to develop within the Local Plan period. In effect this means between now and 2033. There are a surplus of potential development sites across the district, so the council will consult and consider which ones it wishes to include as part of its Local Plan.

Development Sites Being Considered

Below are the possible new (2015) Local Plan sites in the village.

Clavering Local Plan

More Information

Key Planning Applications

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