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Draft North Quay Development Brief

North Quay Development Brief Draft Supplementary Planning Document

Maldon District Council has prepared a draft North Quay Development Brief as a development and regeneration strategy for the North Quay, Fullbridge, Maldon.

Policy S5 of the Maldon District Local Development Plan sets out the key projects for the Maldon & Heybridge Central Area Masterplan SPD.  The adopted Masterplan has 18 key projects and a project priority programme to deliver economic growth and environmental enhancements over the next 9 years to 2029 that includes Project 6 North Quay Regeneration. This North Quay Development Brief Draft SPD meets Policy S5 and Masterplan objectives to improve connectivity, identify development opportunities to realise new Use Class B employment space, create new jobs, give access to and stimulate growth at the River Chelmer and Heybridge Creek frontages whilst considering flood resilience and off-road walking and cycling routes.

The draft North Quay Development Brief has been prepared to inform applicants and developers of the identified opportunities and known constraints to regenerate the North Quay defined area and to enable informed and consistent decisions by the Council.

Consultation on the Draft North Quay Development Brief commences on 10 February 2020 for 6 weeks. Please send us any comments you have by 5pm on 20 March 2020.

This is your opportunity to have a say on the Draft North Quay Development Brief.

The names of any member of the public making a representation to this Development Brief will be published alongside their representation as these are required to be made as a matter of public record.  All other personal details will be redacted.

Alternatively, if you are not responding to the online questionnaire, you can email

Or post your representation to

Maldon District Council
Princes Road

If you have any queries about the consultation, please contact us at 

Consultation Documents
Draft North Quay Development Brief

Online consultation form

Statement of Representations