Invitation to submit candidate sites opens for RDLP
The Vale of Glamorgan Council is inviting developers, landowners and other interested parties to nominate candidate sites for potential inclusion in the Replacement Local Development Plan (RLDP).
Sites can be promoted for a variety of uses, including residential, employment, retailing, recreation, transport, tourism, minerals, waste and community use.
Residential developments must have a minimum site size threshold of 0.3 ha or 10 dwellings, at a minimum density of 30 dwellings per hectare.
Urban locations, such as Barry Town Centre, must have a minimum density of 50 dwellings per hectare. This is in line with the strategic placemaking principles in Future Wales.
For non-residential developments, there must be a minimum floorspace of 1,000m² or the site must have a minimum gross area of 1ha.
The candidate site process is part of an information gathering exercise and should not be interpreted as a commitment from the Council that the sites will be taken forward into the RLDP.
If you wish to promote a site, you will need to complete the candidate site form and submit it in one of the following ways:
Guidance notes on how to complete the Candidate Site Submission Form can be found online. Submitted candidate sites will be compiled into a site register which will be available to view in due course.
The closing date for submissions is 13th September 2022.