These are the key stages and documents required as part of the process of preparing the Joint Local Development Plan.
This is the first stage in the process of preparing the JLDP. The current Delivery Agreement is split into two sections, the timetable and the Statement of Community Involvement. The Statement ensures that members of the public along with key stakeholders are part of the process of preparing the Plan.
The current Delivery Agreement was approved by Gwynedd Council on the 3 March 2016 and by Isle of Anglesey County Council on 10 March 2016.
A letter from the Welsh Government supports the revised timetable.
It is imperative that the plan, in terms of its policies and proposals, is based on a sound and credible evidence base and that it has also considered local, regional and national policies, plans and strategies.
The results of the information gathering will be recorded in topic and background papers. Supporting documents will be regularly updated.
On going process.
A full version along with a booklet version version of the document were published during a public engagement period in 2011 to 2012.
The document recognises some of the key issues that the Plan must tackle, drafted a possible vision, identified possible strategic objectives, and suggested strategic growth and distribution options.
Has been undertaken 2011 to 2012.
This document provides an outline of the plan’s vision, objectives and the preferred strategy. This stage is a key stage for members of the public along with other stakeholders to comment on the Plan.
Public consultation period 9 May 2013 until 27 June 2013.
This is the full version of the Joint Local Development Plan.
Producing the Deposit Plan will take the comments received during the consultation period for the ‘Preferred Strategy’ document into consideration.
The public consultation period ended 31 March 2015.
On 30 June 2017 the Council received the Inspector’s Report on the Examination into the Anglesey and Gwynedd Joint Local Development Plan.
The inspectors concluded that, subject to the changes set out in Appendix A and B of the report, the Anglesey and Gwynedd Joint Local development Plan 2011 to 2026 is sound. The inspector’s report is available to view below. Publication of the report concludes the examination process.
The inspector’s report is binding and the Council will now incorporate the changes specified. As required by the Local Development Plan Regulations (2005) (as amended), the Council will make arrangements to adopt the Joint Local Development Plan within 8 weeks of receiving the report.
Appendix A – Schedule of Matters Arising Changes (NMC)
Appendix B – Schedule of Inspector’s Matters Arising Changes (INMC)
On 28 July 2017 Gwynedd Council decided to adopt the Anglesey and Gwynedd Joint Local Development Plan.
Isle of Anglesey County Council decided to adopt the Plan on 31 July 2017.
Therefore the Anglesey and Gwynedd Joint Local Development Plan (Joint LDP) was adopted on the 31 July 2017. The Joint LDP became operative on its adoption and supersedes the following plans and interim policies.
|Isle of Anglesey County Council
||Gwynedd Local Planning Authority Area
|Gwynedd Structure Plan (1993)
||Gwynedd Unitary Development Plan (2009)
|Anglesey Local Plan (1996)
|Anglesey Unitary Development Plan (stopped) (2005)
|Interim Planning Policy: Large Sites (2011)
|Interim Planning Policy: Rural Clusters (2011)
The Joint LDP will be the basis for decisions on land use planning in the Gwynedd Local Planning Authority area and Anglesey and will be used by the Councils to guide and manage new development proposals.
Joint LDP adoption documents: