National Planning Framework 4
The Scottish Government is reviewing national planning policies and is developing Scotland’s fourth National Planning Framework (NPF4).
The Government’s Position Statement sets out our current thinking now that the wealth of information received through the Call for Ideas has been digested.
Comments are invited on whether people agree with the Government’s current thinking set out in the Position Statement. The Government appreciates that stakeholders may not have much capacity to contribute in the current climate, particularly if you have already shared ideas through the Call for Ideas. Further details of ways stakeholders can get involved can be found here - Planning and Architecture National Planning Framework 4 Position Statement – getting involved and having your say - Planning and Architecture (blogs.gov.scot).
Should you wish to contribute please do so through the Government’s consultation hub by 19 February 2021.
An online consultation is now open on the Edinburgh Living Landscape programme 2021 and is aimed at increasing public awareness and participation in the Planning Process. The consultation using the Council’s Consultation Hub and will run until Friday 29 January 2021.
The consultation can be accessed here: https://consultationhub.edinburgh.gov.uk/sfc/living-landscapes-comments-and-suggestions