Local Development Plans – Land changes WILL affect you
LAND owners throughout Northern Ireland are being urged to register their interests NOW to protect their building site or to have it developed under council’s Local Development Plans (LPD) which will redefine building boundaries across all the council areas.
Causeway Coast and Glens Council state that NOW is the time to act or ‘register your interest’ as all councils throughout Northern Ireland are currently undergoing a process of rezoning development boundaries under the LDP.
Protect your Land – Promote your Site
Super Councils are taking the lead in deciding what agricultural land should be included in settlement development and what land should fall outside it. It is a process of zoning and de-zoning.
Each Super Council is expected to submit their proposals, with Causeway Coast and Glens council anticipating Autumn 2017 for publication of its ‘Preferred Options Paper.’
If you want to protect or promote your agricultural land – make sure to get involved in the process now.
A statement released by Causeway Coast and Glens council encourages active participation from the public: “The Local Area Plan will set a clear vision for how the Borough should look in the future (up to 2030) by setting out a planning policy framework and details on what type and scale of development should be encouraged and where it should be located.”
“Community involvement and engagement is a key part of Council’s decision making process”
2020 Architects are providing open and impartial advice for ANYONE WHO OWNS LAND EITHER WITHIN OR ADJACENT TO CURRENT DEVELOPMENT BOUNDARIES. We would urge you to contact us now if you would like to express your interest in having your site included for development potential, or alternatively to ensure your development land is protected into the future. Representations can be made to council on your behalf.
Call one of our team on 028 2766 7999 or email firstname.lastname@example.org