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INTRODUCTION Priorities For Development Plans
DEVELOPMENT PLAN SCHEMES
STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT PLANS Monitoring And The Evidence Base Form And Content Plan Preparation Engagement And The Main Issues Report The Proposed Plan Modifications Submission To Scottish Ministers Examination Approval Or Rejection Publication Of And Publicity For The Approved Plan
LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLANS Monitoring And The Evidence Base Form And Content Plan Preparation Engagement And The Main Issues Report Publicity The Proposed Plan Modifications Submission to Scottish Ministers Examination Adoption
DEVELOPMENT PLAN EXAMINATIONS Appointment of a Person to Examine the Plan Examination of Conformity with the Participation Statement Scope of Examination Examination Procedure and Further Representations Post-examination Procedures Costs and Administration
PROCEDURES WHERE THE APPOINTED PERSON CONCLUDES THAT AUTHORITIES HAVE UNDERTAKEN UNSATISFACTORY CONSULTATION
FIGURE 1 - NORMAL STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT PLAN PROCESS FIGURE 2 - NORMAL LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN PROCESS
Scottish Planning Policy ( SPP) is the statement of Scottish Government policy on nationally important land use planning matters.
National Planning Framework ( NPF) is the Scottish Government's strategy for Scotland's long term spatial development.
Circulars contain Scottish Government policy on the implementation of legislation or procedures.
Statements of Scottish Government policy in the SPP, NPF and Circulars may be material considerations to be taken into account in development plans and development management decisions.
Designing Places and the West Edinburgh Planning Framework have the same status in decision making as the SPP and NPF.
Planning Advice Notes provide advice and information on technical planning matters.
Further information in the Scottish Government's role in the planning system is available on http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Built-Environment/planning
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