Replacement Local Development Plan (RLDP)

To ensure Local Development Plans (LDPs) are kept up to date, local planning authorities are required to review their Plan at least every 4 years from the date of adoption, or earlier if the findings of the Annual Monitoring Report (AMR) indicate a need.

Call for Candidate Sites  

The RLDP will inform and guide planning and development in the Vale for the next 15 years. A key element of RLDP preparation will be the identification of potential sites for a variety of land uses. View details of how to submit a ‘candidate site’ for potential inclusion in the RLDP and how it will be assessed here:

Candidate Site Page

Review Report and Delivery Agreement 

 

The Review Report considers the effectiveness of the adopted LDP and confirms the revision procedure to be followed in preparing the Replacement LDP. 

 

The Delivery Agreement contains a Community Involvement Scheme and timetable for preparing and adopting the Replacement LDP. 

 

Both documents were subject to a public consultation between 5/11/21 and 31/1/22 to obtain the views of stakeholders. The consultation responses and proposed changes to both documents were considered and approved by Cabinet on 14/3/22 and Full Council on 25/4/22. The amended documents were subsequently submitted to Welsh Government and approved on 4/5/22. 

 

The Review Report and Delivery Agreement can be viewed on line (see hyperlinks above) or in hard copy at the Council’s principal office (Civic Offices, Holton Road, Barry, CF63 4RU) and at the four Vale of Glamorgan Council managed libraries during normal opening hours (subject to Covid 19 restrictions). 

 

Register your Interest

 

If you wish to be kept informed of progress on the RLDP, please register your interest by completing and submitting the form below:

 

RLDP Register Your Interest Form

 

Vale of Glamorgan Privacy Policy

 

To unsubscribe, please email ldp@valeofglamorgan.gov.uk and we will remove your contact details from the LDP database.

Development Plans Community Guide

 

The Welsh Government have published guidance for the public on the preparation of development plans and how you can get involved.

 

The guide provides a useful and helpful resource for communities and interested parties to assist understanding of the development plan process in Wales. It advises when to engage and how to do this in meaningful ways, to ensure views are made as early as possible to influence plans. A quick read guide is also available.