Vale of Glamorgan Local Development Plan
Your Vale - Your Future
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. This includes
everything from housing developments, community facilities and
employment opportunities to transport, waste management and
retailing. When adopted, the LDP will replace the current Adopted
Development Plan (UDP).
Since the close of the public consultation on the Deposit LDP
(February 2012) and accompanying documents, the Council has
reviewed the representations received and considered a report on
the various options available to the Council as follows:
On 23 January 2013, the Council resolved not
to progress any further with the Deposit LDP (February 2012) and to
commence work immediately on a replacement Deposit LDP. The Deposit
Plan will be based on the Strategy approved in 2010, but will seek
to address the main concerns raised during the previous Deposit LDP
consultation in 2012, in particular the associated infrastructure
What happens next?
Subject to the agreement of the revised draft LDP timetable by
the Welsh Government, it is anticipated that a Deposit LDP and
associated documents will be published for public consultation
purposes in Autumn 2013. At this time, interested parties will have
the opportunity to comment on the Deposit LDP.
Deposit Plan and Accompanying Documents
Consultation - 2012
A six week public consultation on the Deposit Plan
(February 2012) and the accompanying documents was carried out
between 20 February and 2 April 2012.
Approximately 1600 people responded to the Deposit Plan
(February 2012) consultation and made over 5100 representations. Of
these representations, approximately 4700 were objections, 220
expressed support and over 210 offered comments. Petitions were
received from 23 groups.
The Representations Register contains a copy of all the
representations received on the Deposit Plan 2012 and can be viewed
Each volume is arranged in order of the Identification Number.
Identify which volume your ID number appears in and when opened,
bookmarks will appear on the left hand side which will take
you to your representation. If you do not know or cannot remember
your ID number, please search the Index volume and then follow the
steps above. A printed copy of the Representations Register can be
viewed by appointment at the Council’s Dock Offices in Barry during
normal office hours. Tel: 01446 700111 or Email: LDP@valeofglamorgan.gov.uk
Previous LDP and Sustainability Appraisal
View the LDP Delivery Agreement and learn
about previous stages in the LDP / Sustainability Appraisal