The Unitary Development Plan is an old style development plan that was adopted in February 2000.

The written statement and proposals maps are also available for public inspection free of charge at the South Annexe, Wallasey Town Hall and at libraries during their normal opening hours.

Paper copies are available on request from [email protected].

  • written statement - £16.80 (£19.80 including post and packing)
  • full set of four proposals maps - £30.00 (£31.20 including post and packing)
  • each quadrant of proposal maps - £10.00 (£10.90 including post and packing)
  • full set of proposals maps and written statement - £46.80 (£50.40 including post and packing)

Payments can be made by card or by request in writing, with a cheque made payable to Wirral Borough Council, to:

Forward Planning 
South Annexe
Wallasey Town Hall
Brighton Street
Wallasey
CH44 8ED

View the Inspector's Report on the Deposit Draft Unitary Development Plan.

Policies in force

The majority of the adopted Unitary Development Plan was 'saved', to remain in force by a direction issued by the Secretary of State on 18 September 2007.

The Joint Waste Local Plan for Merseyside and Halton replaced the policies and proposals previously contained within Section 17 of the Unitary Development Plan in July 2013.

Sites of biological importance

Sites of biological importance designated in the Unitary Development Plan have been reviewed. View the revised list.

Local geological sites

Local geological sites designated in the Unitary Development Plan have been reviewed. View the revised list.

Conservation areas

A number of new conservation areas have been designated since the Unitary Development Plan was adopted.

View the latest list of designated conservation areas in Wirral.