Local Development Plan 2
We are preparing a new Local Development Plan for South Lanarkshire. South Lanarkshire Local Development Plan 2 (LDP2) will replace the current LDP which was adopted in 2015.
Consultation on the Main Issues Report took place in 2016. The comments received were taken into account in the preparation of the LDP2 Proposed Plan, which was approved by the Planning Committee on 29 May 2018. A summary of the consultation comments and the Council’s response can be viewed here
South Lanarkshire Council has now prepared a Proposed South Lanarkshire Local Development Plan 2, Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and Environment Report Annex, Supporting Planning Guidance on Renewable Energy and associated documents. As required under the Planning etc. (Scotland) Act 2006 and section 16 of the Environmental Assessment (Scotland) Act 2005, South Lanarkshire Council is seeking comments on these documents.
The Proposed Plan and its associated maps and documents can be viewed or downloaded via the links below:
- Proposed Plan Volume 1
- Proposed Plan Volume 2
- Strategy Map (including Environmental Designations)
- Settlements Map 1 Cambuslang /Rutherglen/ East Kilbride
- Settlements Map 2 Hamilton and Clydesdale
- Small Settlements Maps
- Minerals Map
- Renewable Energy Map 1
- Renewable Energy Map 2
- Supporting Planning Guidance – Renewable Energy
- Transport Appraisal
- Habitats Regulations Appraisal
- Environment Report Annex
- Housing Technical Report
- Draft Action Programme
We would like your views on these documents during the consultation period which runs from 27 July for 8 weeks, closing on 21 September 2018. You can respond online on our consultation portal.
You can also write or email letting us know whether your comments relate to the Proposed Plan, the Environment Report Annex, the Supporting Planning Guidance on Renewable Energy or associated documents and where appropriate refer to the appropriate section, policy or paragraph numbers.
The MIR, the accompanying Environmental Report and the associated documents can still be viewed.