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We officially started using our current Local Development Plan (LDP) on the 24th of November 2016. This means that this time last week, our LDP turned one! In celebration, we thought we would write a brief blog post to share with … Continue reading
The Supply of Land The Council use something called the Housing Land Audit and Delivery Programme (HLADP) to assess the supply of effective land for housing in Edinburgh. What is effective land? Effective land must be free of any constraints … Continue reading
Our Guidance for Householders is being reviewed and we’d like your comments on the proposed changes. What the Guidance is for The Guidance is for people considering altering or extending their house. This includes dormers, conservatories, extensions, decking, garages and outbuildings. It … Continue reading
A large part of our work involves giving pre-application advice on a wide range of planning proposals. To help us make better use of our resources, we’re changing what we provide pre-application advice on. Changes to pre-application advice The Planning … Continue reading