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Local Place Plans arrive in the Highlands
Highland Council has registered their first Local Place Plan. Stratherrick and Foyers, south of Loch Ness, are the first out of the blocks. It means that the community now has a plan that sets out ...
Delivering NPF4: co-producing communities
[Image]This is a summary of my 10 minute provocation to stimulate debate at a national conference on delivery of NPF4 - Delivering NPF4: What will it take? - organised by the UK Collaborative Centr...
What will it take to plan WITH communities as NPF4 suggests?
This is a summary of my 10 minute provocation to stimulate debate at a national conference on delivery of NPF4 - Delivering NPF4: What will it take? - organised by the UK Collaborative Centre for H...
Delivering NPF4 through mixed use placemaking
Urban designer Paul Morsley of Iglu Studio, development economist Steven Tolson and land-use planner Nick Wright summarise their work on the public sector’s role in delivering NPF4, commissioned by...
Making the most of digital engagement
[Image]There's been a lot of talk about online engagement in planning since lockdown started in March, much of it focussing on the use of web platforms for public Pre-Application Consultation on pl...
If early engagement is such a great thing, why isn’t everyone doing it?
The original version of this article, jointly authored with Kathie Pollard of the Scottish Land Commission, was published on the Land Commission website on 15 June 2020. This version has been sligh...