Conservation Areas fit for the Twenty-First Century

The following documents are currently in draft form, and are not yet final versions as they are subject to minor amendments and change. Final versions will be published on the website following consideration of all the representations received during the public consultation stage.

  1.  Aberdyfi
  2. Abergwyngregyn
  3. Bala
  4. Beddgelert 
  5. Betws Y Coed 
  6. Cymmer Abbey
  7. Dolbenmaen 
  8. Dolgellau
  9. Harlech
  10. Llanllechid
  11. Maentwrog
  12. Nantmor
  13. Nant Peris
  14. Pandy’r Odyn

Responding to the Consultation

Comments made during this consultation should only address the content of these documents and is therefore not an opportunity to amend the relevant adopted LDP policies.

These documents are also available to view:

  • at the National Park Office in Penrhyndeudraeth

All responses should be sent to or by post to:

The Policy Team (Conservation Areas)
 Eryri National Park Authority
National Park Offices
LL48 6LF

You will have until 5pm on 11th November 2022 to respond.

Once the Authority has considered the responses received, Eryri National Park Authority will formally approve and publish the documents in final form incorporating any agreed modifications. These documents will then be taken into account as a material consideration when determining planning applications, as well as be Action Plans for the Areas.

The Authority’s Welsh Language Standards

We would also like to know your views on the effects that these proposals would have on the Welsh language, specifically on opportunities for people to use Welsh and on treating the Welsh language no less favourably than English.

  • In your opinion, what effects do you think this project will have on the Welsh language and on the opportunities to use the language?
  • How could positive effects on the Welsh language be increased, or negative effects be mitigated?

Further Information

If you have any queries please contact the planning policy department on 01766 770 274 or email