Planning Advice Note 70: electronic planning service delivery

Planning Advice Note (PAN) 70 explains how new technology can improve the delivery of the planning service.


7. The e-Planning Compact sets out the Scottish Executive's and planning authorities' agreed aspirations for an effective e-planning service and details the objectives for delivering planning information and services in the short, medium and long term. It is a mechanism for monitoring progress in both the Executive and planning authorities. Progress against the compact is reviewed at the meetings of local authority Heads of Planning every six months. Many planning authorities have already made good progress. A summary of e-planning progress, councils' declared intentions and e-planning milestones is maintained by the e-Planning Group and can be obtained from the Executive's Planning Division.



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