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Local development plan still up for discussion
Residents, businesses and anyone else with an interest in how Swansea develops
in future years can still have their say on the long term plans.
Swansea Council is in the process of developing its Local Development Plan (LDP) which will be the blueprint for all planning in Swansea from 2016.
The Council has been holding a series of community sessions throughout the city to help locals understand all about the process and see what the latest position is.
The final community session takes place on Thursday 27th September at West Cross Community Centre between 4pm – 7pm.
The latest consultation on the LDP is seeking views on the Vision, Objectives and Strategic Options of the plan. This follows previous stages that included the submission of hundreds of candidate sites that could be included in the completed plan.
June Burtonshaw, Swansea Council’s Cabinet Member for Place, said: "There has already been a lot of interest in the LDP. In the last round of consultation the Council received more than 41,000 responses.
"The LDP is a vital document because, when it’s finally agreed, it will set the tone for how the City will look in future years.”
Anyone wanting to give their views on the latest stage of the Local Development Plan have until 12 October to comment.
To find out more about the LDP, how to get involved in the process and where to submit comments, visit the website www.swansea.gov.uk/ldp