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Reporter refuses appeal for 13-turbine Scottish wind farm

Reporter refuses appeal for 13-turbine Scottish wind farm

Plans have been refused for a 13-turbine Scottish wind farm after a reporter concluded that the development would not 'adequately protect the historic environment or areas of special landscape value'.

Scottish planning fee rises come into effect

Scottish planning fee rises come into effect

Changes to Scottish planning fees, including a new maximum fee of £125,000 for residential development, have come into force.

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Why Scotland is set to dismantle its system of city-regional planning

Why Scotland is set to dismantle its system of city-regional planning

Plans to axe Scotland's system of city-regional plan-making are contained in a major consultation on changes to the country's planning system.

What forthcoming changes to the EIA process will mean for planners

What forthcoming changes to the EIA process will mean for planners

The Scottish and Welsh governments have launched consultations on plans to bring their systems into line with a new EIA directive, but details on how the rules will change in England remain unclear.

What changes to the Scottish planning system could mean for planners

What changes to the Scottish planning system could mean for planners

A Scottish government-appointed independent panel has called for radical changes to the country's planning system. Mark Wilding examines what the government's response could mean for planners.

How review proposals would shake up planning in Scotland

How review proposals would shake up planning in Scotland

Planning professionals have backed moves for the Scottish Government to set regional housing targets and to establish a statutory national infrastructure agency, but have warned against setting development levies at unsustainable levels.


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