The Proposed Plan includes sites and proposals for development as well as the policies that will be used to make future decisions on applications for planning permission
We have now reached an important stage in preparing our new Local Development Plan (LDP). As a key part of the plan preparation process, we have published a Proposed Local Development Plan (PDF | 9MB).
Following the Main Issues Report consultation, which sought views on the big issues that the new LDP will need to address, the Proposed Plan is the next step towards obtaining a plan set to tackle these issues.
The Proposed Plan sets out suitable land allocations which will help to deliver appropriate development within the National Park, and policies that will be used to make future decisions on applications for planning permission.
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The Proposed Plan is accompanied by a Proposed Action Programme which identifies the way in which the Plan’s policies and proposals will be delivered. The Action Programme will be kept under review throughout the plan period.
We will be hosting a series of public drop-in events to explain the Proposed Plan consultation and answer any questions about the plan preparation process. Events will be taking place in locations throughout the National Park during February. Details of times and venues for the events are as follows:
|Braemar Village Hall||7 February||3-7pm|
|Tomintoul Richmond Hall||11 February||3-7pm|
|Eleven41 Gallery, High Street, Kingussie||12 February||3-7pm|
|The Hub, Aviemore||18 February||3-7pm|
|Ballater Station, VIC/ Library||19 February||3-7pm|
|Blair Atholl Village Hall||21 February||3-7pm|
|CNPA office, Grantown||25 February||3-7pm|
Your comments are invited on the Proposed Plan and any of the associated supporting documents and you have a choice of ways to apply.
Cairngorms National Park Authority,
FREEPOST NAT 21454,
Grantown-on-Spey, PH26 3BR.