Members discuss planning issues at the monthly meetings, and each month the Planning and Environment Committee meet to review recent planning applications and other planning matters. They also consider follow up actions which may be taken on behalf of members. The notes are prepared and edited by Brenda Pickett.
Recent editions may be viewed via the buttons on the left.
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For information about local planning policies, to view the local news feed, and to review the local strategic plan and planning policies, follow the links below which take you direct to the relevant pages of the local authority website.
There are many local issues which have proved to be of interest to members, including -
WEYMOUTH PENINSULA DEVELOPMENT PLANS
WEYMOUTH TOWN CENTRE DEVELOPMENT
THE JOINT LOCAL PLAN (WEYMOUTH, PORTLAND, WEST DORSET)
NORTH QUAY DEVELOPMENT (Old Council Office Site)
FUTURE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT
For more information, please click the button below to go to our “Issues of Interest” page”, where you will also find direct links to local authority websites which invite you to share your views.
Joint Local Plan Read the “Issues and Options” Summary Report.
West Dorset District Council and Weymouth & Portland Borough Council’s Issues & Options Summary for their Joint Local Plan has now been published, and the Summary Consultation report may be accessed by clicking the button below.
The Future of Local Government in Weymouth & Portland
Explore the rationale and current status of the on-going changes to our local government organisation using the “New Council Organisation” links on this page (above - right).
The Society is paying close attention to the changes, which will have a considerable influence on the way we endeavour to promote the views of our members.
North Quay Development Click the buttons below to read the latest news from the Council Planners, and the “information and feedback” pages of the Magna Homes website. Between them you’ll get a complete update on the present situation, and you may offer your own opinions via the Magna Homes link.