10th January 2020, RTPI publish new article: One Planet Development: the opportunities and challenges of a living countryside
5 September 2019. ITV Cymru Wales article/video published: Living off-grid: Could this be an answer to the climate crisis?
Following successful Open Weeks over the past two years, One Planet Developments across Wales will again be hosting tours between 22-28th July, 2020. Further details will be announced in due course and published here and on the One Planet Council Facebook page.
September 2019. The One Planet Council publishes a new handout which can be downloaded here and printed for distribution. Designed for both the general public and for local authorities and policy makers within the Welsh Government, it promotes the key benefits of OPD and details how the planning policy can reach and benefit more people.
One Planet Development features on BBC Radio Wales ‘Eye on Wales’: Listen to radio programme here
Press Release, 29 April 2019 The One Planet Council is a voluntary organisation which supports and promotes the One Planet Development (OPD) policy. For clarification, we have no role in assessing or monitoring applications: this falls to the local government planning department, committees and their delegates. Like Pembrokeshire Councillor Huw George, we consider the monitoring…
OPD Newsletter: issue 1, Winter 2018 The first edition of a new series of newsletters to be published bi-annually, focused on events and developments within the One Planet Development (OPD) community in Cymru/Wales.
Cyfarfod Cymraeg gyda Jacqui Banks, os dych chi’n mwyn siarad am Datblygi Un Blaned. 10/06/2019, 6 PM – 7 PM, 2019. Stiwdio 3 Cafe, 3 High Street, SA43 1HJ Cardigan, Ceredigion.
Join us for the One Planet Council’s 5th Annual Gathering, 11am till 5pm, Saturday 27th October 2018 @ The Community Hub, Lammas, Glandwr, Pembs The One Planet Council’s Autumn Gathering is a chance for anyone interested in One Planet Development to come along, meet others, hear about the latest news and share your ideas. Please…
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.