The revised delivery agreement will be submitted for member approval at the National Park Authority meeting on 7 August 2020, after which the revised DA will be submitted to the Welsh government for formal agreement. gov.wales/topics/planning/policy/dear-cpo-letters/new-development-management-procedures/?lang=en We will continue, in due course, to work on the revised DA and update advisors to find out when this will be reported to members of the national park agency. Following changes to the Design and Access Reporting Requirements (DAS) Act in April 2016, the Welsh Government issued a new guidance document containing the draft and access declarations to Wales: why, what and how, developed by the Design Commission for Wales (DCFW). If you wish to apply for an immaterial modification of an existing building permit, you will find the application form and form instructions below. Non-substantial changes to an existing building permit As of September 1, 2017, a heritage impact statement is required to support any application for approval of the listed building or protected area. The Heritage Impact Statement replaces the design and access declaration in the classified building permit application process. For more information, click here Due to changing circumstances surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19), it has been decided to revise the Brecon Beacons National Park Authority LDP2 Delivery Agreement (DA). An explanation of the main changes to the development management process is available at: – You can soon receive an email from us, which provides a link to a questionnaire. We send the email on behalf of the Planning Officers Society for Wales (POSW) which collects customer feedback on the planning process throughout Wales. POSW asked the Local Government Data Unit Wales to conduct the survey on its behalf.
If you receive the email and have a questionnaire request, please contact Keely.Jones@dataunitwales.gov.uk or call 029 2090 9500. These systems must be approved by the local authority for your territory (i.e. Powys County Council, Monmouthshire County Council, etc.) which operates within its SuDS Licensing Unit (SAB) prior to construction. The SAB will be required to implement compliant systems as long as it is built and operating in accordance with approved proposals, including all SAB approval conditions. For more information, consult your local authority.