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Strategic environmental appraisal of rural West Edinburgh: Local plan [Edinburgh (Scotland)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The plan designates the remainder of Rural West Edinburgh as an area of development restraint because it is constrained by the Green Belt, landscape, environmental objectives and road capacity. The major objectives of the Structure Plan in relation to the protection and enhancement of the natural and built environment which are relevant to the environment of Rural West Edinburgh are to. Background This is the adopted local plan for the rural west part of the Counci's area. It has been prepared following the publication of a draft plan in and two finalised plans in and , all of which are now superseded. The Plan Area. Rural West Edinburgh is characterised by open countryside containing the towns and villages of Balerno, Currie, Dalmeny, Kirkliston, Newbridge, Queensferry, Ratho and Ratho Station. The open land is mostly productive farmland and much of it is protected by green belt or countryside policies.
A trend in Rural West Edinburgh has been the decline of traditional local industries, most notably the closure of the paper mills in Currie and Balerno. The development of new business and industry has been fairly slow throughout Rural West Edinburgh and a significant proportion of the land allocated for this use in the first finalised plan. Rural West Edinburgh Local Plan: LDP 31 Jan Fife Minerals Subject Local Plan Alteration: LDP 16 Dec Scottish Borders Local Plan Amendment: LDP 28 Sep East Renfrewshire Finalised Local Plan: LDP 15 Sep Alteration to East Ayrshire Local Plan: LDP 16 Jun West Highlands & Islands Local Plan. Housing allocations in the Finalised Local Plan were made in the context of the policy of restraint applicable in Rural West Edinburgh in accordance with the Lothian Structure Plan The Council continues to support the development of sites which already have planning consent and those which were previously identified for housing. This document interprets policies in the Edinburgh City Local Plan and Rural West Edinburgh Local Plan. Both Local Plans will be superseded when the Edinburgh Local Development Plan is adopted, in It sets out equivalent policies. Relevant policies are noted in each section and should be considered alongside this document.
Rural West Edinburgh local plan [Edinburgh (Scotland)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Edinburgh (Scotland). Rural West Edinburgh Local Plan (); Midlothian Council’s Adopted Local Plan () and the West Lothian Local Plan Finalised (). The aim of Regional Park designation is to cover extensive areas of land, in diverse ownership, where provision for public recreation is given a higher profile by establishing a co-ordinated framework for the. The Planning Committee approved the content of the refinalised Rural West Edinburgh Local Plan (RWELP) at its meeting on 12 June The plan was . Local Plans. The Local Plan for your area tells you what we will do in the coming years. It sets out the priorities and objectives for the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service locally, showing how our plans link to Scottish Government priorities, how we contribute to the Community Planning Partnership’s Single Outcome Agreement, and how the actions we take will support our national aims as.