Replacement Local Development Plan

For an overview of the Replacement Local Development Plan process and current engagement activities please visit:

newportrldp.co.uk

The Newport Local Development Plan (LDP) was adopted by the council on 27 January 2015 and sets out the council’s planning framework for the development and use of land in Newport between 2011 – 2026.

In accordance with statutory requirements the LDP has been monitored on an annual basis with the Annual Monitoring Reports (AMR) published here

To ensure that LDPs are kept up‐to‐date, local planning authorities are required to commence a full review of their plans at least once every four years following plan adoption, or sooner if the findings of the AMRs indicate significant concerns with a plan’s implementation.

On 14 October 2020 Newport City Council agreed to begin the formal review process of the LDP. 

The Newport Replacement Local Development Plan

The new plan will be about how land in and around Newport should be developed over the next fifteen years.

The plan will:

  • Decide where new development should happen.
  • Decide which areas should be protected.
  • Become the basis for how all planning applications in Newport will be decided.

Watch the video below for an introduction to the Newport Replacement Local Development Plan (RLDP).

 

 

Stay informed

If you would like to be kept informed of the review and replacement LDP, including consultation and engagement events, please complete the replacement LDP contact form. 

If you prefer, you can request a copy of the form by either:

Newsletter

Download issue 003 March 2022 (pdf)

Download issue 002 August 2021 (pdf)

Download issue 001 February 2021 (pdf)

Draft vision, issues and objectives

Now closed (submissions open 31 January - 25 March 2022)

As part of the ongoing work preparing the Replacement Local Development Plan (RLDP), we are now seeking your feedback to help refine the draft vision, issues and objectives to best represent the communities that live in, work in and visit Newport. 

The report sets out what the council believes are the key issues, challenges and opportunities facing Newport and provides a draft vision and objectives for the RLDP.

You can make a submission and find out further information here.

Candidate Sites

Now Closed (Submissions Period: 30 June 2021 – 27 August 2021)

As part of the ongoing work preparing the replacement Local Development Plan (RLDP) we are now opening the Call for Candidate Sites.  Candidate Site proposals received within the consultation period will be considered for inclusion within the RLDP.  A Candidate Site Register will then be publicised at the Preferred Strategy stage anticipated in Autumn 2022. You can find out further information here.

Integrated Sustainability Appraisal

Now Closed (Submissions Period: 30 June 2021 – 27 August 2021)

An Integrated Sustainability Appraisal (ISA) is required as part of the development of the replacement Local Development Plan (RLDP).  The aim of the ISA is to inform and influence the plan-making process with a view to avoiding and mitigating negative impacts and maximising positive outcomes.  The Scoping Report for the ISA has now been drafted and is available. You can find out further information here.

Delivery agreement approved by Welsh Government

On the 24th May 2021 Welsh Government confirmed its approval of Newport City Council's delivery agreement, this can be viewed:

  • Online: Delivery Agreement
  • In Person **BY APPOINTMENT ONLY**: At Newport City Council, Civic Centre, Newport, NP20 4UR (between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday)

To arrange an appointment to view the delivery agreement at the Civic Centre, please contact the planning policy team by either:

Review report and delivery agreement

Closed 5 March 2021.

The review report and delivery agreement were approved by Newport City Council on the 11th May 2021.

Download the Review Report (pdf)

Download the Delivery Agreement (pdf)

Informal call for large development sites

Closed 20 November 2020

The council invited submissions of potential development sites of over 1ha or more than 50 units to aid our understanding as to where the market is seeking to invest, this is now closed.

Please note: this was not a formal LDP stage. All site will need to be submitted at the formal call for candidate sites in spring/summer 2021.

Contact

Contact the Planning Policy Team if you require further assistance: