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Replacement Local Development Plan


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The Local Development Plan (LDP) provides the legal framework for the development and use of land within the County Borough (excluding that part covered by the Snowdonia National Park Authority). It also provides the context for determining local planning applications. As the local planning authority, we are responsible for preparing and updating the Local Development Plan.
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Paper 1: Priority Issues, Vision and Objectives


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Appendix 2 Replacement Local Development Plan (RLDP)

8.1 Conformity Matrix - How the proposed RLDP Vison and Structure Delivers the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act, 5 Key Planning Principles, Conwy & Denbighshire Wellbeing Plan, Wales Spatial Plan and North Wales Growth Deal

Proposed RLDP 'Vision'

By 2033, Conwy will continue to be thriving area of North Wales, with a sustainable economy built on principles that promote growth and maximise opportunities for all whilst safeguarding the area's unique landscape, heritage and wider environmental assets. A renewed focus on placemaking and regeneration will ensure that high quality development supports the creation of healthier and more vibrant places, with housing, employment and infrastructure growth directed to sustainable locations to meet the needs of residents, workers and visitors. Through enhanced inward investment, infrastructure provision and strong protection for the Welsh Language, Conwy will become the economic and cultural growth engine of North Wales. It will be a competitive and more inclusive place offering a good quality of life for all, improved environmental quality and enhanced wellbeing for current and future generations. This means that Conwy will have a prosperous network of towns and villages, as well as a viable rural economy which protects and enhances the natural environment.

Proposed RLDP 'Structure' - Thematic Themes and Subject Areas

Placemaking

Social

Economy

Environmental and Cultural

Creating Sustainable Places

Good Design

Promoting Healthier Communities

The Welsh Language

Making Spatial Choices

Placemaking in Rural Areas

Housing

Retail and Commercial Centres

Community Facilities

Recreational Spaces

Transport

Economic Development

Tourism

The Rural Economy

Transportation Infrastructure

Energy

Minerals & Waste

Landscape

Coastal Areas

Historic Environment

Green Infrastructure and Biodiversity

Water, Air, Soundscape & Light

Flooding

De-Risking

Proposed RLDP Vision and Structure

Placemaking

Social

Economy

Environmental & Cultural

Wellbeing of Future Generations 7 Goals

Prosperous

y

y

Equal

Resilient

y

y

y

Healthier

y

y

y

Cohesive Communities

y

y

y

y

Vibrant

y

y

y

Globally Responsible

y

y

y

y

5 key Planning Principles

Right Development in the Right Place

y

y

y

y

Facilitating Accessible and Healthy Environments

y

y

y

Making best use of Resources

y

y

Creating and Sustaining Communities

y

y

y

y

Maximising Environmental Protection

y

y

Conwy & Denbighshire Wellbeing Plan

Cultural well-being

y

y

Economic well-being

y

y

Environmental well-being

y

y

Social well-being

y

y

Wales Spatial Plan

Focussed growth tot the Primary Key Settlements and Key Settlements

y

y

y

y

North Wales Growth Deal

Smart North Wales - innovation in high value sectors to advance economic performance

y

y

Connected North Wales - improving transport and digital infrastructure to improve connectivity to and within the region

y

y

Resilient North Wales - retaining young people, raising employment levels and improving skills to achieve inclusive growth

y

y

y

y

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