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Local Development Plan (LDP)

The Vale of Glamorgan Council is preparing a new Local Development Plan (LDP), which will set out how land within the Vale of Glamorgan is used between 2011 and 2026.


The Vale of Glamorgan Deposit Local Development Plan 2011 - 2026| has been prepared and is based on the information gathered at previous stages of the LDP process which are detailed below.

 

The Plan sets out the vision, objectives, strategy and policies for managing development in the Vale of Glamorgan, and contains a number of local planning policies and makes provision for the use of land for the purposes of housing, employment, retailing, recreation, transport, tourism, minerals, waste, and community uses. It also seeks to identify the infrastructure that will be required to meet the growth anticipated in the Vale of Glamorgan up to 2026, and provides a monitoring framework for assessing the effectiveness of the Plan.

 

The Deposit LDP Written Statement (November 2013) is accompanied by a Proposals Map and a Constraints Map:

 

Interactive Proposals Map|

 

Submission of the LDP to the Welsh Government and Planning Inspectorate

Following the decision of Council on the 24th June 2015 (Council Minute 153|), and in accordance with Regulation 22 of the Town and Country Planning (LDP) (Wales) Regulations 2005, the Vale of Glamorgan LDP together with the necessary supporting documentation was submitted to the Welsh Government and the Planning Inspectorate for independent examination on 24th July 2015.

 

The submission documents comprise the Deposit LDP, the Sustainability Appraisal Report (incorporating the Environmental Report), the Community Involvement Scheme, a Consultation Report, copies of the representations and other supporting documents relating to the preparation of the LDP. The submission documents can be viewed online in the Examination Library.|

 

Alternatively, paper copies of the submission documents can be viewed at the Council’s Civic Offices and Dock Offices in Barry, the Alps Depot in Wenvoe and at all local libraries during normal opening hours.

 

An independent  Inspector will be appointed on behalf of the Welsh Government to conduct an examination to determine whether the LDP is sound. This is anticipated to take place later in 2015 and the Council will notify all those who made representations on the Plan of the time and place at which the Examination is to be held at least six weeks before the formal commencement of the Examination.

 

Public hearing sessions will then take place into the ‘soundness’ of the Plan and the Inspector will produce a report on the Plan which the Council must implement.

 

View Notice of Submission (English/Welsh)|  Examination Library|

Focused Changes Public Consultation

At the same time as submitting the LDP to the Welsh Government and the Planning Inspectorate for examination, the Council is consulting on the Focused Changes to the LDP which have been proposed as a consequence of the Deposit LDP and Alternative Sites consultations.

 

A Schedule of the Focused Changes and all relevant documentation including details on how to comment on the Focused Changes can be found under the Focused Changes Consultation page. The deadline for representations on the proposed Focused Changes to the Deposit LDP is midnight on Friday 4th September 2015.

 

 

Focused Changes Consultation| 

LDP Deposit Plan CoverDeposit Plan

Following the decision of Council on 23rd October 2013|, the Vale of Glamorgan Deposit Local Development Plan 2011 - 2026 and associated documents underwent a formal 6 week public consultation ending at 5pm on Friday 20th December 2013.

 

The Deposit LDP Representations Register| contains a copy of the responses made during this consultation.

 

 

View the Deposit LDP and Associated Documents|

Alternative Sites

Following the public consultation on the Deposit Local Development Plan, the Council consulted on the site allocation representations that were received. These are suggested sites that individuals and organisations consider should be allocated in the Plan; removed from the Plan or amended in some way. The Alternative Sites public consultation took place over the 6 week period from Thursday 20th March and ending on Thursday 1st May 2014.

 

Further explanation on the alternative sites stage can be found in the Alternative Sites Register| which lists all suggested alternative sites. 

 

The Alternative Sites Representations Register| contains a copy of the responses made during this consultation.

 

Alternative Site Register |

LDP-Delivery-Agreement-CoverDelivery Agreement

The Council has produced a Delivery Agreement|, which sets out the timetable for the preparation of the Plan together with a Community Involvement Scheme that describes how and when stakeholders, including the general public, can get involved.

 

The Council is required to keep the LDP timetable under regular review and in May 2014 sought agreement from the Welsh Government (WG) to amend it following the Deposit LDP public consultation in accordance with Welsh Government Guidance.

 

The amended LDP timetable was agreed by WG on the 23 May 2014 and has been incorporated into the Delivery Agreement (Revised May 2014).

 

Paper copies of the Delivery Agreement (Revised May 2014) will also be made available at various deposit locations| across the Vale of Glamorgan.

 

The Welsh Government has also published a document entitled Planning Your Community| (July 2006) which seeks to encourage community involvement in the new Local Development Plan process in Wales.

 

 

 

If you require further information on the emerging LDP please contact the LDP team:

 

The Docks Office,

Barry Docks,

Barry,

Vale of Glamorgan,

CF63 4RT