Proposed Plan 2016 Examination
Proposed Glasgow and the Clyde Valley Strategic Development Plan submitted to Scottish Ministers for Approval
Clydeplan have today, in accordance with its Development Plan Scheme, submitted the Proposed Glasgow and the Clyde Valley Strategic Development Plan (January 2016) to Scottish Ministers for approval.
Copies of the Proposed Strategic Development Plan have been deposited at every public library in the Glasgow and Clyde Valley area, at the planning offices of the Councils of East Dunbartonshire, East Renfrewshire, Glasgow City, Inverclyde, North Lanarkshire, Renfrewshire, South Lanarkshire and West Dunbartonshire, and at the Clydeplan office. The documents are available for inspection during normal office hours free of charge.
The Proposed Strategic Development Plan was published for consultation over a six week period from Monday 18th January 2016 to Monday 29th February 2016 and a number of representations were received.
An Examination will be held by the Scottish Government’s Directorate of Planning and Environment Appeals into those representations.
Details about the Examination process will be posted on the Directorate of Planning Appeals website http://www.dpea.scotland.gov.uk/CaseDetails.aspx?id=117479 and at www.clydeplan-sdpa.gov.uk/examination2016
The Herald Advert 26 May 2016 PDF 921KB
Update 20th March 2017
Today the Examination of the Clydeplan Proposed Strategic Development Plan (January 2016) has been completed and the independent Reporters, appointed by Scottish Ministers to consider the Plan, have published their Examination Report. The Proposed Strategic Development Plan was submitted for approval on 26th May 2016.
The Examination Report sets out the Reporters recommendations to Scottish Ministers regarding the Proposed Strategic Development Plan. A summary table is also provided of the Reporters recommendations by issue.
Further information about the Examination process can be found at www.dpea.scotland.gov.uk/
Report of Examination Drafting Error
The Directorate of Planning and Environmental Appeals have confirmed there is a drafting error in the Clydeplan Report of Examination which was published on Monday 20th March 2017 which relates to Issues 10 - 13.
With regard to Issue 10 (Recommendation 22 on page 91 of the Report of Examination) the text should read “Delete paragraph 6.71”
The Reporters have passed on their apologies for this unintentional drafting error. The Report of Examination will not be re-issued so account of the correction should be taken when reading the report.
Scottish Ministers will now consider the Examination Report and either approve, modify or reject the Proposed Strategic Development Plan. It is anticipated that this process will take approximately 2 months.