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'Best Way to Have Your Say' presentation being held next week

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Tuesday 05 November 2019

The Development & Planning Authority is holding a presentation on how best to engage with the planning process on Tuesday 12th November.

The event will take place from 17:30-19:00 at the Princess Royal Centre for Performing Arts.

The presentation will be split into three sections covering policy and planning inquiries, Development Frameworks and planning applications. There will also be plenty of time for questions afterwards.

The D&PA welcomes public involvement in planning, whether the representation is in support of or against the proposals or whether the planning matter directly affects them or not. However, comments and objections must be made on 'material planning considerations'. The presentation will explain these and other considerations relevant to different stages of the planning process in more detail.

In addition to the presentations, planning officers will be available in the foyer area to answer questions and give planning advice between 16:00-17:30. This is an opportunity for members of the public to gain pre-application advice on whether planning permission is required, whether what you are proposing is likely to be acceptable under planning policy and the key issues likely to be most relevant to any application. Pre-application forms and planning application forms will also be available to take away and advice about filling in those forms can also be obtained.

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