|Type of consultation||Green paper|
|Deadline for comments||06/07/2012|
About the consultation
This consultation seeks to gather your views about whether the control of development should be tightened in the Coastal National Park by removing the ability of people to carry out certain works without the need for planning permission.
The Minister would like to hear the views of those interested in planning decisions affecting Jersey’s most sensitive landscapes including land owners and residents in the Coastal National Park as well as developers, architects and heritage and environmental bodies.
A Coastal National Park was designated in the 2011 Island Plan. It includes sensitive and valuable landscapes that are vulnerable to change and damage and which warrant the highest level of protection against development.
The Island Plan also sets out a new planning policy regime for the regulation of development in the National Park.
The planning guidance which forms this consultation has been prepared to promote clarity and consistency in the application and uses of planning policy in the Coastal National Park, particularly where new development may be permitted.
Download the Coastal National Park advice note (size 303kb)
Download the Coastal National Park consultation paper (size 118kb)
How to submit comments to the consultation
You can submit your comments by:
- completing an online survey
Complete the survey online
Email Planning and Building Services
Write to us:
Director of Policy
Projects and the Historic Environment
Planning and Building Services
If you have any queries about the consultation please contact Kevin Pilley on +44 (0)1534 448441
Printed copies are also available on request from the Department of the Environment, South Hill, St Helier.