Newport City Council consulted on the Deposit Local Development Plan (LDP) between April and June 2012.
As part of that process individuals and organisations have submitted sites which they consider should either be allocated in the plan, removed from the plan or amended in some way - these sites are called ‘Alternative Sites’.
The council is required to consult on the Alternative Sites for a six week public consultation period.
Alternative Sites Addendum
An opportunity to respond to the Alternative Sites Register was provided by the council between 7 August and 19 September 2012.
Further analysis of the deposit plan representations has resulted in the identification of sites that were not included within the original Alternative Sites Register.
An Addendum has been created to advertise those sites and will made available for a six weeks consultation period.
It is important to note that the council is not promoting these sites for development or protection but is consulting on the sites in accordance with statutory procedures (pdf).
Download and view the Addendum to Alternative Sites Register (pdf)
The Alternative sites Addendum is also available at Newport Libraries and the councilInformation Station.
The consultation exercise on the Alternative Sites Addendum is now closed.
For your information only, the council has also identified some minor corrections in relation to a few of the Alternative Sites as previously publicised.
The minor corrections can be found at Chapter 8 of the Alternative Sites Addendum. Please note that these are not part of the consultation but have been included for clarification purposes only.
Comments will not be accepted on the Minor Corrections Document during this consultation period.
Alternative Sites Register (September 2012)
Download and view the Alternative Sites Register which lists sites put forward, includes a plan of each site and is divided into three parts: new, amended and deleted sites.
The Register can also be viewed at Newport Libraries and the council Information Station.
The council is not promoting these sites for development or protection but is meeting its responsibility to consult on them according to statutory procedures (pdf).
Please note: consultation on the Alternative Sites Register took place between 7 August – 19 September 2012
Representations received on Alternative Sites
What happens next?
The Deposit LDP with accompanying information and comments received during the consultation processes will be submitted to the Welsh Government and Planning Inspectorate Wales.
They will then arrange for an independent examination of the Deposit LDP.