Planning for minerals and waste development
We are the planning authority for minerals and waste. This means we have a responsibility to protect Hampshire by making sure the right minerals or waste developments are in the right place, at the right time.
The Hampshire Authorities (Hampshire County Council, Portsmouth City Council, Southampton City Council, New Forest National Park Authority and the South Downs National Park Authority), are responsible for ensuring sufficient extraction and supply of minerals up to 2030.
The Hampshire Authorities adopted the Hampshire Minerals and Waste Plan (HMWP) in 2013. The adopted Plan (and its Policies Map) are available to download:
Contact us if you wish to buy a hard copy of the Hampshire Minerals and Waste Plan. There is a fee of £36 by cheque or bank transfer, this includes VAT, packaging and postal costs. We will send out the plan once payment has cleared.
The Hampshire Authorities have produced two Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs) on oil and gas development and minerals and waste safeguarding. The SPDs provide more guidance on the implementation of the HMWP policies in relation to these issues.
Hampshire Minerals and Waste Development Scheme
The Hampshire Minerals and Waste Development Scheme sets out the timescales for the delivery of further work associated with the monitoring and implementation of the HMWP.
Hampshire Minerals and Waste Plan - evidence base
The plan's Habitat Record Assessment (HRA) and Integrated Sustainability Appraisal (ISA) are available for download below:
You can view all documentation associated with the plan at our office in Winchester. This includes:
- documents made as part of the preparation of the Hampshire Minerals and Waste Plan (HMWP)
- documents associated with the public examination of the plan
- the consultation documents produced
- any studies and assessments undertaken to inform plan preparation or the public examination
The Statement of Community Involvement (SCI) forms the basis of our procedures for community engagement in the preparation of minerals and waste plans.
Monitoring and Local Aggregate Assessment
Monitoring allows the Planning Authorities to plan, track and manage the mineral and waste resources in Hampshire; and the effectiveness of the Hampshire Minerals and Waste Plan. A monitoring report publishes the collated and analysed information.
The monitoring report records and publishes the following key information:
- primary aggregates reserves (sharp sand and gravel, soft sand)
- aggregates recycled, marine dredged, quarried and imported by rail
- waste diverted from landfill via recycling, composting, recovery
- waste capacity (permitted and installed)
- renewable energy (from waste products)
Latest report (changed to calendar year format):
- 2015 Monitoring Report for Minerals & Waste in Hampshire
- 2014/15 Monitoring Report for Minerals & Waste in Hampshire
- 2013/14 Monitoring Report for Minerals & Waste in Hampshire
- 2012/13 Monitoring Report for Minerals & Waste in Hampshire
Should you wish to buy a copy email email@example.com and we will supply you one in the post. The cost for doing so is £20 (including VAT, postage and packaging)
Local Aggregate Assessment (LAA)
The Hampshire Local Aggregate Assessment details the current and future situation in Hampshire with respect to all aspects of aggregate supply. In particular with regards to the county’s land-won aggregate apportionment level up to 2030.
The LAA is updated annually, and covers the following areas:
- aggregates in Hampshire
- total aggregate supply
- future aggregate supply, demand, opportunities and constraints
- Hampshire’s local approach
- conclusions and review of the Local Aggregate Assessment
Local Aggregate Assessment reports:
- 2018 Local Aggregate Assessment
- 2017 Local Aggregate Assessment
- 2016 Local Aggregate Assessment
- 2015 Local Aggregate Assessment
- 2014 Local Aggregate Assessment
South East England Aggregates monitoring report
The Aggregates Monitoring (AM) report for the South East has been prepared from returns made by quarry, wharf and rail depot operators to Mineral Planning Authorities (MPAs) or the Area Working Party (AWP) Secretary.
The report includes information on recycling and alternative materials data together with a record of how applications have been determined, withdrawn or remain undetermined at the end of each calendar year. Where possible, trend comparisons are made with previous AM reports.
We are part of the South East England AWP (SEEAWP) which meets quarterly to discuss issues to do with land-won and marine won aggregates.
Our Privacy Statement about the minerals and waste planning policy sets out our approach to data protection.