The Glasgow and the Clyde Valley Strategic Development Plan was approved with modifications by Scottish Ministers on 29th May 2012 and published by Clydeplan on 13th July 2012.
The Strategic Development Plan sets out a development strategy over the next 20 years of where new development should be located and a policy framework to help deliver sustainable economic growth, shape good quality places and enhance the quality of life in the Glasgow and the Clyde Valley city region. The Plan focuses on growing the economy of the city region in a low carbon and sustainable manner and setting out a planning framework which positively encourages investment within Glasgow and the Clyde Valley.
The Approved Strategic Development Plan May 2012 and related Background Reports, Strategic Environmental Assessment Reports and Habitats Regulations Appraisal are set out below.
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