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Permitted development rights - extension and review: strategic environmental assessment - draft post adoption statement

Strategic environmental assessment draft post adoption statement setting out how the assessment and consultation responses have been taken into account within the development of the Proposed programme for reviewing and extending permitted development rights (PDR) in Scotland at this stage of the process.

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Permitted development rights - extension and review: strategic environmental assessment - draft post adoption statement
7. Next steps

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7. Next steps

7.1.1 The proposed work programme outlined our intention to conduct further public consultation on specific proposed changes for each development type and we will also give consideration to whether any further appraisal or assessment is required at each step of the iterative policy process.

7.1.2 The current proposed phasing of PDR is outlined in the table below. Please note that the prioritisation of development types beyond Phase 1 of the work programme could be subject to change. Further information on Phase 1 proposals and on the further appraisal undertaken is set out in Appendix A.

Phase 1 – regulations to be laid December 2020

  • agricultural and forestry development
  • digital communications infrastructure
  • developments relating to active travel
  • peatland restoration

Phase 2 – beginning January 2021

  • Town centre changes of use
  • Electric vehicle charging infrastructure

Phase 3 – beginning spring 2021

  • Hill tracks (private ways)

Phase 4 and beyond – beginning Autumn 2021 and subsequently

  • Micro-renewables (domestic and non-domestic
  • District heat and supporting infrastructure
  • Energy storage (non-domestic and domestic)
  • Householder developments
  • Defibrillator cabinets
  • Habitat pond creation
  • Allotments and community growing schemes

Contact

Email: Planning.PDRphase1consultation2020@gov.scot