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Planning Aid Wales celebrates 40 years

Planning Aid Wales celebrated its 40th Anniversary at a special event held in the Senedd this October.

Julie James AM, Minister for Housing and Local Government, hosted the event and delivered an excellent keynote speech emphasising the importance of community engagement in the planning system.

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Response to Housing Delivery consultation

Planning Aid Wales has responded to the Welsh Government’s Call for Evidence on Housing Delivery. You can view our response here >>

In responding to national planning policy consultations, Planning Aid Wales aims to identify potential policy barriers to meaningful public involvement. We work from the principle that improving public understanding of the planning process and encouraging community involvement from the outset of any planning activity inevitably leads to better planning. Properly managed public involvement improves confidence in the planning system, reduces conflict and improves outcomes.

Response to National Development Framework Consultation

Planning Aid Wales has responded to the Welsh Government’s consultation on the National Development Framework. You can view our response here >>

In responding to national planning policy consultations, Planning Aid Wales aims to identify potential policy barriers to meaningful public involvement. We work from the principle that improving public understanding of the planning process and encouraging community involvement from the outset of any planning activity inevitably leads to better planning. Properly managed public involvement improves confidence in the planning system, reduces conflict and improves outcomes.

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