Cyfarfod Cymraeg gyda Jacqui Banks, os dych chi’n mwyn siarad am Datblygi Un Blaned. 07/02/2019, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM, 2019. Grosvenor Hotel, Aberteifi/Cardigan, SA43 1HY.
Following a successful launch this year, new dates have been confirmed for the annual OPD Open Week starting Monday 22nd July 2019. Watch this space for further announcements and/or take a look at the 2018 event.
September 2018. Twiscob Top in Cascob, Presteigne has become the first OPD to be approved in Powys. Congratulations to the Hooper family and Powys Local Planning Authority.
5th August, 2018 Lesley Griffiths, Welsh Government AM and Cabinet Secretary for Energy, Planning and Rural Affairs, has praised an article on One Planet Development by the World Economic Forum. View full article here Good to see the Minister outwardly acknowledging this forward thinking planning policy adopted by the Welsh Government in 2011. …
Article and short film produced by online magazine Zilient.org: https://www.zilient.org/article/want-save-planet-move-wales Credit: Thomas Reuters Foundation.
The new planning application service for Wales launches on 29 May 2018 on behalf of the Welsh Government. From this date, OPD applications should be submitted via the dedicated service; Planning Applications Wales. More information.
Response to the ‘Rethinking Food in Wales’ Consultation for the Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee (September 2017).
Join us for the One Planet Council’s 4th Annual Gathering, 10am till 5pm, Saturday 30th September 2017 @ The Community Hub, Lammas, Glandwr, Pembs: https://www.facebook.com/events/276260702778154
The One Planet Council has created a simple briefing sheet that outlines how One Planet Development is supported by the Well-Being of Future Generations Act – and vice versa. It sets out the benefits of One Planet Developments in the Welsh legislative context. It summarises the planning policy and identifies – in the goals of the Well-Being…
The One Planet Council has published its response to the Welsh Government’s Climate Change, Environment and Rural Affairs Committee’s Inquiry into the Future of Agricultural and Rural Development Policies in Wales. The Council believes that Brexit offers an opportunity to redefine Wales’ relationship with the land and to align policies and practices with the aspirations…