Wrexham Local Development Plan – Vision, Objectives, Strategic Growth and Spatial Options Consultation with Key Stakeholders
Wrexham County Borough Council is currently preparing a Local Development Plan (LDP), which once adopted will replace the adopted Unitary Developed Plan (UDP 1996-2011).
The Wrexham LDP will be a land use plan that will set out where and how much new development will take place within the County Borough over the period 2013-2028.
There are a number of stages involved in preparing the LDP and we are currently at the Issues and Options Stage and have prepared the ‘Vision, Objectives, Strategic Growth and Spatial Options’ paper for consultation with Key Stakeholders.
The consultation paper identifies a Vision and Objectives for the future development of the County Borough together with a number of Strategic Growth Options for the amount of housing and employment development that will be required over the plan period. It also identifies Strategic Spatial Options where this could be located.
We are therefore inviting your views on the Vision, Objectives, Growth and Spatial Options for the LDP as set out in the consultation paper. The consultation paper and questionnaire can be viewed online at www.wrexham.gov.uk/ldp
All responses are encouraged online and it is advised that you read the document first before filling out the online questionnaire via the Survey Monkey link below.
Responses can be provided in the following ways:
- Please ensure that your ID no. displayed at the top right hand corner of this letter is inserted into the relevant section of the first page of the questionnaire.
- To complete the submission, please click the submit button at the end of the questionnaire.
- Please note that the survey cannot be saved.
Planning Policy, Community Wellbeing and Development, 16 Lord Street, Wrexham, LL11 1AR
Alternatively a PDF version of the questionnaire can be downloaded and completed from www.wrexham.gov.uk/ldp
All comments received will be considered and used to help inform the next stage of the LDP, the Preferred Strategy.
Deadline for Responses 10th April 2015