Planning & Consultation
Public consultation is a core part of the development process and ensures that communities in the vicinity of a new proposal have timely and transparent access to information and can engage with developers to influence the final proposal coming forward. We would like to hear people’s thoughts and views on this proposal.
During the development process we are committed to engaging fully with local residents, councillors, businesses and members of the local community, to discuss the proposal and any potential impacts, and to obtain feedback on key issues.
We intend to make sure the local community can see that its views have been fully considered and incorporated within the final plans.
Consultation channels include but are not limited to: regularly updated information brochures, local media articles and notices, social media updates, this website, presentations to community forums and open public exhibitions.
Our commitment to consultation and the processes we are following are set out in our Concept of Public Participation (CoPP) documents - one for Wales and one for Ireland.
The methodology in the CoPP for Wales has been agreed with the Welsh Government and is available to view by following this link.
The methodology in the CoPP for Ireland has been agreed with An Bord Pleanála's PCI unit and is available to view available to view by following this link.
Join us at the following events:
23 March 2020 - In light of government advice in Ireland and the UK on the Coronavirus pandemic, we are adapting our public engagement and consultation activities and are suspending any face-to-face meetings and public events (such as local exhibitions, house visits, group presentations, etc).
However, as we continue to progress the project we remain keen to engage with local stakeholders and residents. We will post regular updates on the project on this website, where you can also access relevant planning documents and background information. And we encourage you to contact us directly by email or telephone if you have any questions or comments. We will maintain direct contact by email with those who have previously asked to be kept updated electronically.
To date, we have held the below public consultation events. Please click on the relevant column heading to sort the table into that order. For example, click on 'Date' to sort by date.