Deposit Plan

Page updated on: 10/09/2020

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A further consultation period for submitting responses to the Deposit Revised LDP is now open. The Sustainability Appraisal (including Strategic Environmental Assessment) and Habitats Regulations Assessment Reports are also published for further consultation. 

This additional consultation is being undertaken due to the disruption caused by the Covid-19 pandemic at the end of the initial consultation on the Deposit Revised LDP (which ended on Friday 27th March 2020).  In this respect, the Council recognises the impact that the lockdown period had on the consultation and the public’s ability to contribute and make effective representations before the deadline.

This further 3-week consultation period provides an opportunity to those affected due to the lockdown, to submit representations the Deposit Revised LDP.  Comments should be submitted in writing, between the 11th September and by no later than 4:30pm on 2nd October 2020.

Please note that all comments submitted will be made available for public inspection and cannot be treated as confidential. Our privacy notice explains as clearly as possible what we do with your personal data.

Those who have already submitted comments or representations during the initial consultation period should not re-submit their original representation(s). Please note we are not consulting again on the Draft Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPGs) for the Burry Inlet and Caeau Mynydd Mawr.

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The Deposit Revised Plan sets out a strategy, vision, strategic and specific policies, proposals and development allocations. The Plan covers the area of Carmarthenshire excluding the National Park. 

The Deposit Revised Plan identifies and allocates land for housing and employment purposes and indicates where these and other uses will be permitted. It also identifies areas where policies designed to protect and enhance the environment from inappropriate developments apply.

Further supporting documents are available as part of the evidence base.