Please see link below for Local Place Plan survey
It aims to gather information on the support needs of communities considering developing a Local Place Plan for their area in the future. The Planning (Scotland) Bill suggests giving communities the right to develop proposals for the development and use of land through a new type of plan, known as a Local Place Plan. The aim of these Local Place Plans is to significantly enhance community engagement in development planning, empowering communities to play a proactive role in defining the future of their place.
It is vital that communities across Scotland are adequately supported to take advantage of this opportunity, ensuring that it is not only communities with previous experience engaging in local decision making processes who are able to fully engage in this process.
To this end, we have designed the following short survey to gather views on what support communities would like to see and what barriers they believe would stop them taking part – and how these might be overcome.