'Public must be involved in planning changes'

'Shegin da'n theay ve cochianglt rish caghlaaghyn plannal'

OCF son Middyl shirrey baghtallys er treealtyssyn y reiltys

Ta OCF (Oltey yn Chiare as Feed) gra dy vel feme er slane resoonaght theayagh er caghlaaghyn da coarys plannal yn Ellan dy yannoo shickyr nagh vel feyshtyn faagit gyn freggyrt.

Ta Oik Coonceil ny Shirveishee cur roish reayn dy haaseyn as y dean oc dy hareaghey y starr plannal, jeh'n lheid as oardraghyn noa er polasee ashoonagh oddagh goll er ymmydey dy ghoaill niart er plannyn ny hardyn t'ayn hannah.

Ta saaseyn elley goaill stiagh cummys son tailley bun-troggalys y voodeeys, as sloo reill bureacratagh. 

Ta'n OCF son Middyl Bill Shimmins son y chooid smoo pohlldal ny caghlaaghyn agh t'eh gra dy by vie lesh y reiltys cur roish tooilley baghtallys er ny treealtyssyn.

AS BILL SHIMMINS : Nee ny reillyn plannal t'ain ayns shoh 'syn Ellan reaghey ny reddyn vees troggit as yn aght t'ad jeeaghyn, as foddee dy bee eiyrtyssyn mooarey jeu son ymmodee ardyn ynnydoil. Myr shoh, bentyn rish ny oardaghyn er polasee ashoonagh, s'cosoylagh eh dy vel mee goltaghey saase ashoonagh er plannal. Ayns kuse dy aghtyn, foddee plannyn ny hardyn ain ve beggan scarrit, as foddee nagh vel ad freggyrtagh da'n aght ta shin cummal as gobbraghey, lesh sleih goll veih'n derrey ayrn jeh'n Ellan gys yn ayrn elley, myr shoh er-lhiam dy nee bree mie eh, dy vel oardagh er polasee ashoonagh ain. Agh ny ta mee feer jeean dy hoiggal, shen cre'n aght nee ad gobbraghey ayns rieughid.  


  

Middle MHK seeks clarity over government proposals

An MHK says a full public debate is needed over changes to the Island's planning system to ensure questions don't go unanswered.

The Cabinet Office is proposing a raft of measures designed to improve the planning process, such as new national policy directives which could be used to override existing area plans.

Other measures include potential for a community infrastructure levy, and reduced bureaucracy.

Middle MHK Bill Shimmins is broadly supportive of the changes but says he wants government to offer more clarity over the proposals.
 

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