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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
After the Local Development Plan (LDP) was published, we asked you for your feedback on how well you had been involved. The results of this survey can be viewed here. The Development Plan Scheme The newest Development Plan Scheme was approved on the 7 … Continue reading
In Edinburgh we’ve been working since 2000 to help our declining population of swifts. This summer, in partnership with the RSPB, we are carrying out the first full survey in 10 years to identify where these amazing birds are nesting … Continue reading
Hello All, Following the last blog post about the Edinburgh Local Development Plan, you will know that the Plan has now been adopted. The process to prepare and adopt the Plan was lengthy and complex and included input from thousands of … Continue reading
Hello All, Last week (22nd and 26th November) we ran a couple of Place Standard events at Southside Community Centre. The events were generally well attended, with some really good feedback from both sessions. What an experience! Thanks @planningedin and … Continue reading
The Scottish Government (Building Standards Division) are looking for your feedback about the local authority Building Standards service in Scotland. They would like to hear about the quality of service you have received when applying for a building warrant and/or … Continue reading
You may recall earlier this year we asked for your comments on a number of recently completed buildings in Edinburgh. We’ve now reported the findings to the 7 August 2014 Planning Committee.