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Local Development Plan

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The Unitary Development Plan (UDP) is to be replaced within the next few years by a new form of Development Plan for Swansea known as the Local Development Plan (LDP). This page contains links to the key stages of the LDP process and provides an update on latest news.

**Latest news**

  • LDP Preferred Strategy - Following extensive public consultation on the draft Strategy during 2013, the final LDP Preferred Strategy (July 2014) was approved by Council on 12th August 2014. The document makes clear the development objectives and priorities for Swansea over the next 10 to 15 years. Further details are available here.
  • Sign up to our LDP e-consultation system here to keep up to date with the latest progress.

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The first formal strategy document in the preparation of the Swansea LDP.
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Background Assessments, Topic Papers and other supporting evidence underpins the preparation of the LDP.
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Involving the Community and important stakeholders is seen as key to the Local Development Plan Process.
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This preliminary stage of the process sets the overarching aims of the LDP and puts forward options for meeting the growth requirements over the Plan period.
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What is the LDP all about?
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A Framework for delivery
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Sites submitted from developers, landowners and the public for potential inclusion within the Plan.
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The Plan's consideration of the society, economy and the environment.
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Impact on European sites.
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Key reference information.

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