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Webinar _ NDF Consultation

Webinar: National Development Framework
Consultation

Date: 02 July 2018, 2pm

Following extensive engagement and discussion with stakeholders
across Wales, Welsh Government are consulting on the Issues,
Options and Preferred Option for the NDF.

The purpose of the NDF is to support the delivery of
Prosperity for All
by developing a clear long term
spatial direction for Government policy, action and investment and
for others who the Government work with.

The NDF will achieve this by identifying key growth areas, the
type and location of the infrastructure we need, by co-ordinating
the delivery of housing, employment and connectivity
infrastructure, and by directing key partners to help deliver the
national spatial vision. Future policy development, investment
decisions and the work of our key partners will be directed by the
NDF, allowing co-ordination and early focus on delivery rather than
establishing separate spatial priorities.

This
consultation
is an important opportunity for all
stakeholders – local authorities, businesses, community groups,
members of the public, professional bodies and others – to provide
their views on the proposed approach to the NDF and help shape
it.

By the end of this webinar you will
understand:

– What the consultation is about and how it relates to the
Well-Being of Future Generations Act and Planning Policy
Wales
– Why the consultation matters to your work
– How to respond to the consultation

This webinar will be delivered in English but contributions and
questions are welcomed in Welsh or English.


To book please click the link:


https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/webinar-national-development-framework-consultation-tickets-45677384286

 

(The closing date for the consultation is 23 July
2018
)

More
information about the NDF

‘It is the role of the NDF to bring together the breadth of Welsh
Government policies and help deliver them through the planning
system. By planning our infrastructure and development together, we
can ensure they complement rather than compete against each other,
and deliver truly sustainable development. It will also have the
role of setting the tone and direction for other plans including
Strategic Development Plans and Local Development Plans.’ – Lesley
Griffiths, Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Planning and Rural
Affairs

NDF Vision:
The NDF will help deliver sustainable places across Wales by 2040,
by supporting positive placemaking and ensuring that our spatial
choices direct development to the right places, make the best use
of resources, create and sustain accessible, healthy communities,
protect our environment and support prosperity for all.

NDF Objectives:
1. Climate change, decarbonisation and energy
2. Economic prosperity and regeneration
3. City Regions & Growth Deals
4. Rural Wales
5. Housing
6. Natural Resources, Circular Economy & Flooding
7. Culture & Heritage
8. Transport
9. Welsh Language
10. Health & Well-being
11. Digital infrastructure
12.Cohesive Communities

NDF and PPW:
PPW sets the Welsh Government’s national planning policies,
providing the full context for the themes and the direction for the
NDF’s preparation. The NDF will set out the spatial elements of
national planning policy and will not repeat PPW. Working together
PPW and the NDF will help us achieve sustainable places.

The NDF Preferred Option is presented under 5 areas:

1. Placemaking;
The NDF will focus on three spatial aspects of the Placemaking
theme – decarbonisation and climate change; health and well-being;
and cohesive communities and the Welsh language.

2. Distinctive & Natural Places;
To support the delivery of Distinctive & Natural Places, the
NDF Spatial Strategy focuses on our natural resources and our
unique culture and heritage.

3. Productive & Enterprising Places;
To support the delivery of Productive & Enterprising Places,
the NDF Spatial Strategy focuses on key sectors and the delivery of
modern, resilient, low-carbon transport, energy and digital
infrastructure

4. Active & Social Places;
To support the delivery of Active & Social Places, the NDF
Spatial Strategy focuses on an integrated approach to the delivery
of strategic housing and active travel infrastructure

5. Wales’s Regions;
To support the delivery of strong, resilient and distinctive
regions, the NDF Spatial Strategy focuses on strategic housing,
co-ordinated infrastructure delivery in city and growth deal areas
and support for rural areas

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