Preparation of the next Local Development Plan
Renfrewshire Council is consulting on its Main Issues Report and accompanying Environmental Report as the first stage in preparing the next Local Development Plan for the area. Representations can be submitted during the Consultation period from 6 February 2017 to 5pm on 1 May 2017.
Review of Renfrewshire Local Development Plan - Main Issues Report and Environmental Report Consultation
The adopted Renfrewshire Local Development Plan (August 2014) sets out the policies and proposals for the next ten years but is required to be revised every five years.
The Main Issues Report sets out the main changes and issues that have emerged since the adoption of the current Renfrewshire Local Development Plan, as well as setting out the Council's preferred options and alternatives for development across Renfrewshire.
The Renfrewshire Main Issues Report, Environmental Report and associated background documents can be viewed by clicking on the links opposite. A summary version of the Main Issues Report can also be viewed in the related links opposite.
When should I submit my comments?
We would like your views on any of the issues and options presented in the Main Issues Report and Environmental Report. All comments received by the Council during this consultation will be taken into consideration in the preparation of the Renfrewshire Proposed Local Development Plan and the update of the Strategic Environmental Assessment Environmental Report.
Representations must be made by 5pm Monday 1st May 2017.
How should I submit my comments?
Any person who wishes to make comments should return a completed response form (link opposite) to email@example.com or by post to: Development & Housing Services, Renfrewshire House, Cotton Street, Paisley PA1 1JD.
Timetable for Preparation of Local Development Plan 2
Renfrewshire Council's Development Plan Scheme 2016 provides more information on timescales for the preparation of the next Renfrewshire Local Development Plan and sets out:
the proposed timing for the preparation of the Local Development Plan;
details of what is likely to be involved at each stage of the preparation process; and
a participation statement indicating when and with whom consultation is likely to take place.
We have established a mailing list to ensure that interested parties are kept informed of progress on the Local Development Plan. If you would like to be informed of progress then please get in touch with your full contact details at the email address below.