Consultation on the Deposit Conwy Local Development Plan closed on 3rd July. All representations received are now being inputted into our database. Once complete, acknowledgement receipts will be sent out. A representations report will be made available on file at main Council offices and at Council libraries, as well as on the LDP website.
What will happen next?
All representations will be made available to be viewed by the public at the Authority's Offices on request and a summary of these will be made available on the Authority's website. For these reasons please note that your comments and any identifying information will not remain confidential.
As soon as is reasonably possible after the Deposit Plan consultation period has ended, the Council will advertise all those representations which seek to change the deposit Plan by adding a new site or by altering or deleting a site allocated in the Plan, to allow for further public comment. There will be a six week period for making representations on these sites.
The Authority will prepare a summary of the main issues raised by the representations received at the Deposit stage and any site allocation representations and outline how the issues should be addressed in the LDP.
A response to the consultation will be considered by the LDP Project Board and subsequently by the Authority before the Conwy LDP is submitted to the Welsh Assembly Government for independent examination, along with the responses received. This stage will be called the Examination in Public and will be carried out by an Inspector appointed by the Planning Inspectorate. The Inspector will determine whether the Plan is 'sound', having had regard to evidence submitted with the Plan and the representations received.
Phone: 01492 575461/ 575124 / 575180 / 575181