Monmouthshire County Council’s new Local Development Plan will impact on how and where people live, work, socialise, travel and enjoy Monmouthshire’s countryside – and crucially this is about how much the County will grow and what parts of Monmouthshire will grow (the ‘growth and spatial’ options). People are being asked to share their thoughts on the proposals being made as this will impact on Monmouthshire County Council’s planning decisions for the next 15 years.
Watch this to find out more: https://youtu.be/ZIcw-UosH8I
Please read this for more information: https://www.monmouthshire.gov.uk/planning-policy/local-development-plan-revision/
Send us your thoughts here: http://monmouthshire.planning-register.co.uk/Home/Register
A drop in session is being held on at County Hall Usk, on Tuesday 16th July at any time between 1 – 7 pm.
Cllr Bob Greenland, Cabinet member for enterprise and land use planning said: “We welcome feedback from residents on the new Local Development plan proposals. We have options available so people can send us their thoughts online or come to speak to us on Tuesday 16th July – looking forward to hearing everyone’s thoughts.”