The Council has produced various documents that provide general design guidance and guidance on particular sites and areas. These are listed below:
High Peak Borough Council is committed to achieving a high standard of design in all new residential development including affordable housing. This document provides a local contribution to the nationwide agenda for creating a change in the quality of new housing layout and design.
Designing out crime
This guide has been prepared by High Peak Borough Council, Derbyshire Constabulary and their partners to provide a practical guide on making new developments safer from the start. It builds on national advice and the established principles of secured by design but tailors them to the distinctive character of the High Peak.
Design Guide for Signs
Design Guide for Shopfronts
A programme of heritage-led regeneration has been underway in Buxton for a number of years as it invests in its town and open spaces.
The Glossop Design and Place Making Strategy has been put together by the public and follows a programme of workshops held last year.
The document specifies the council's vision & objectives for the site and outlines design principles used when assessing development.
The Development Brief provides design guidance for this important Grade 2* listed building.
This Supplementary Planning Document provides guidance for the design of new developments and alterations to existing developments, including associated landscape design. It covers rural parts of High Peak Borough outside the Peak District National Park.
The design framework sets out a vision for the study area as a vibrant and sustainable new quarter of Buxton. The overall aim is to arrive at an agreed design framework for the future development of the land around Station Road.
Last updated: 14th March 2013