Flintshire County Council is launching a consultation on its Deposit Local Development Plan (LDP).

The LDP is a system whereby development plans are prepared by each local planning authority in order to provide for the economic, social and environmental needs of the county.

This consultation will run from September 30 until 5pm November 11. The consultation will give you the opportunity to view the plan and make representations.

During the consultation, in addition to the information on our website, the LDP documents will be available to view at the county council offices at Ty Dewi Sant, Ewloe, County Hall, Mold and at Flintshire Connects Offices.

Copies of the LDP documents, accompanied by an information board, will also be available for public inspection - free of charge - at the locations below, with all consultations, except at New Brighton Community Centre, between 4pm and 8pm.

Broughton and Bretton Community Centre, Brookes Avenue, Broughton on October 1.

Buckley (Bistre) Youth and Community Centre, Nant Mawr Road on October 7.

Mold Parkfields Community Centre, Ash Grove on October 3.

Mancot and Moor Village Hall, Mancot Lane on October 4.

Connah’s Quay, the Quay Building, Fron Road on October 7.

Hope, Caergwrle Abermorddu Cefn Y Bedd – Heulwen Close Community Centre, Hope on October 8.

Ewloe Woodside Close Community Centre on October 9.

Flint Town Hall, Market Square on October 10.

Caerwys Memorial Institute - South Street, Caerwys, Caerwys (to focus on minerals proposals) on October 15.

New Brighton Community Centre, Moel Fammau Road between 5pm and 8pm on October 18.

Councillor Chris Bithell, cabinet member for public protection and planning, said: “The council has invested a considerable amount of time and resources in engaging with a wide range of stakeholders as the LDP has progressed to provide the Flintshire framework for land use planning so that it can be presented for consultation with confidence.

“Once finished it will provide a comprehensive and up-to-date planning framework in the county that will seek to ensure sustainable development.”

Further information about the Deposit Plan and how you can get involved and have your say will be available on our website from 30 September 2019 (flintshire.gov.uk/FCCLDP).