Planning

Capel Curig and Llyn Mymbyr

Beddgelert

Local Development Plan (LDP)

Adoption of the revised Eryri Local Development Plan

The revised Eryri Local Development Plan (2016-2031) was adopted by Snowdonia National Park Authority on the 6th of February, 2019.

Adoption Statement

Notice of Adoption

The Local Development Plan is a material consideration in the determination of planning applications. The revised Eryri Local Development Plan (2016-2031) will replace the Eryri Local Development Plan (2007-2022).

The revised Eryri Local Development Plan consists of a Written Statement and the Proposals and Inset Maps and together with National Planning Policy will guide decisions on planning applications on all future development and land use planning within the National Park.

Betws y Coed

Betws y Coed (© Kevin Richardson)

Revised Eryri Local Development Plan 2016-2031 (Pre-publication version) – written statement

Revised Eryri Local Development Plan 2016-2031 Proposals Map 1-10

Revised Eryri Local Development Plan 2016-2031 Proposals Map 11-20

Revised Eryri Local Development Plan 2016-2031 Inset Maps

This pre-publication version is intended to assist interested parties prior to the publication of the revised LDP document and associated plans. Please note that the final version of the revised LDP may change. When using this version, parties are also advised to check the Inspector’s Report and accompanying Schedules.

Copies of the pre-publication version of the revised Eryri Local Development Plan including its Proposals and Inset Maps are available for inspection free of charge at the National Park Office, Penrhyndeudraeth, at public libraries in Barmouth, Bethesda, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Dolgellau, Penygroes, Tywyn, Porthmadog, Y Bala, Cerrigydrudion, Llanrwst, Llanfairfechan, Penmaenmawr, Conwy and at the Authority’s Information Centre in Betws y Coed during normal opening times.

Supplementary Planning Guidance

The Authority is now preparing new and updated Supplementary Planning Guidance for the revised Local Development Plan. Further information about this process will be available on the Authority’s website in the near future.