Supporting Information

This page contains links to reports and other documentation which form the St George’s evidence base.

These have been commissioned by the Ministry of Defence to demonstrate the site’s viability for redevelopment.

This detailed analysis is needed to inform the decision making process that will determine which sites should be included in Rutland’s next Draft Local Plan.

All available documentation is listed below, with more to follow. Additional documents will be published here as soon as they are ready to be released.

Letter from the DIO to St. George’s Barracks Stakeholders - August 2nd 2019
Publication of documentation to support inclusion of St. George’s Barracks in Rutland County Council’s Draft Local Plan.

Read Letter from Head of Estates, Defence Infrastructure Organisation

St. George’s Barracks Evolving Masterplan, as at November 2018
The following sections of the St. George’s Evolving Masterplan cover key aspects of the redevelopment proposals:

 

Potential to Deliver Residual Development

Topography

Re-use of Previously Developed Land

Urban Design / Garden Village Principles

Retail Facilities

Community Facilities

Parks and Open Spaces

Strategic Green Infrastructure

Availability of Public Transport

Access to Cycling Networks

Access to Public Footpath Networks

Impact on Public Rights of Way

Potential to Incorporate New Technologies

Maintaining Strategic Gaps Between Settlements and Protecting Local Character

Scale in Comparison with Host Settlement

 

St George’s Barracks Evolving Masterplan

Ownership Constraints

This map shows the outer boundary of the St George’s Barracks site and brownfield land under the sole ownership of the Ministry of Defence (MOD).

Red Line Site Plan

Minerals Survey Report

This report details the findings of a site investigation to assess the potential for mineral extraction of any underlying limestone resources below St George’s Barracks.

Minerals Survey Report

Land Sale Delivery Partnership Model

This document provides a full explanation of the Land Sale Delivery Partnership (LSDP) model, including details of why it’s used and how it works.

LSDP Model – How it works

Impacts of development traffic

This report examines the offsite infrastructure requirements of a redeveloped St George’s Barracks, including recommendations relating to traffic and transport.

Transport Assessment

Employment Land Provision

This document considers the types of jobs and businesses that can be attracted to a redeveloped St George’s Barracks, along with the sites and premises that needs to be made available.

Employment Strategy Report

Provision of Schools

This report outlines the education offer that would accompany a redeveloped St George’s Barracks and provides an indication of pupil numbers over the life of any development.

Pupil Yield and St George’s Education Offer