bath and North East Somerset Local Development Framework Evidence Base

This page gives access to the retail studies that form part of the LDF / RDP Evidence Base. Information on the status of the documents below, as well as on the other topic areas, can be accessed from there. 

Please read the important information regarding the LDF/RDP evidence base studies before accessing and reading the document below:  

 1. Retail Studies

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2. Retail Strategy

Retail Strategy

This document sets out a proposed strategy for retailing and retail development forming part of the evidence base for the Local Development Framework. The findings of the study will be used to inform the development of the policy and delivery framework up until 2026.

Please see the covering note for LDF/RDP evidence base studies before reading the documents below.

For further information please contact Development and Major Projects on 01225 477696 or

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