The Deposit Plan is a draft version of the Anglesey and Gwynedd Joint Local Development Plan.
It sets out Gwynedd Council and the Isle of Anglesey County Council’s proposed planning policy up to 2026, identifying what can be built and where. Based on all the information gathered and responses to the Preferred Strategy the Plan sets out:
- a vision, objectives and strategy,
- strategic and detailed policies to promote and manage development,
- allocations of land for housing, employment and other uses,
- policies and proposals to protect sensitive areas, and
- maps showing proposals and constraints.
The Deposit Plan was subject to public consultation until 17:00 on 31 March 2015. We shall not be accepting further comments about the Deposit Plan, Sustainability Appraisal or the Habitat Regulations Assessment.
We are currently carefully considering all the submitted representations and the Joint Planning Policy Committee will make a decision about them in January 2016. You can see a summary of each representation by clicking on the Representations Report about the Deposit Plan found in the list of documents below or by going to the Representation points in the interactive version of the Deposit Plan.
You can also view the Representations Report about the Deposit Plan in the following places:
public libraries; Siop Gwynedd; the Planning Service’s Office, Llangefni; the Joint Planning Policy Unit’s office in Bangor.
You can find out how to obtain a hard / electronic copy of individual representations in the Representations Report about the Deposit Plan.
Please note that the Representations Report about the Deposit Plan is a summary report. By publishing the report the Council does not endorse the comments included in the report, nor any ‘alternative sites’ referred to: they represent the views of individuals or organisations who submitted them. The Representations Report is for viewing only – no representations about it are required.
For information only, you can view:
A variety of Topic Papers and Background Paper have been prepared to provide more information and explain the approach undertaken in the Deposit Plan in terms of topics and different issues affecting the Plan area, - see the documents here.
A variety of assessments have also been prepared to ensure that the Plan is being developed in a sustainable manner, and considers the effect on the Welsh language, internationally important habitats, the health of communities and vulnerable groups. You can see the assessment reports here.
Public consultation period ended 31 March 2015