Information concerning training provided by the Council's Early Years Service.
Flood risk from all sources must be considered when any development is to be carried out and there are various ways in which flood risk is assessed in order to ascertain what the flooding constraints to a development site may be.
Various reports are produced to monitor the implementation of the council's Planning Policies.
This section provides information about the health and social care professionals and services that support children and young people with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND).
This document sets out guidance to help implement policies set out in the adopted development plan. In particular, it sets out detailed requirements and guidelines against which planning applications will be judged, as part of an assessment of wider planning considerations in relation to a site.
The Development and Floodrisk Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) has been produced to provide guidance to planning applicants and others involved in the planning process.
The aim of the Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) is to provide robust, up-to date design policy guidance for applicants, agents, developers and designers.
Developing on brownfield sites (previously used land) is a key priority of the government’s regeneration policy.
Unity Way is a 2.4km stretch of new road from Junction 5 of the M18 to Waggons Way next to the former Hatfield Colliery. It is much more than a new road though. It is a crucial piece of infrastructure which enables work to start on the exciting Unity Project.
The community paediatrics pathway is the route for Doncaster’s children and young people to get assessed for autism, ADHD and non-global developmental delay via a General Developmental Assessment (GDA).