We received the following email from the City of Edinburgh Council City Plan Team on March 11th 2021:
City Plan 2030 – timetable update
“We are preparing a new Local Development Plan for Edinburgh called City Plan 2030.
A new Development Plan Scheme setting out how we prepare a development plan and outlining the proposed timetable to take City Plan 2030 to the Proposed Plan stage has been approved by as part of an update report on City Plan 2030 to committee on 10 March 2021.
The proposed plan was due to be considered by the Planning Committee this month, but due to the significant cyberattack on the Scottish Environment Protection Agency just before Christmas 2020, the Strategic Flood Risk Assessment required to support the proposed plan was delayed.
It is now expected that the proposed plan will be published in August 2021.
The next stage of the plan process will be the ‘Period of Representations’ which will give a further opportunity for comments to be made on the plan.
How we engage with interested groups and members of the public will be determined by the coronavirus government guidance at the time. As well as a comprehensive digital plan, we will make every effort to engage with those who don’t have access to or prefer not to use digital channels. Further details on this will be published along with the Plan.
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