Scotlands Third National Planning Framework Proposed Framework Ambition Opportunity Place.

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Scotlands Third National Planning Framework Proposed Framework Ambition Opportunity Place Slide 2 NPF3 Builds on NPF2 (2009) Long term spatial strategy Formal 5 year review period Reflects changing context Economic recovery Low carbon economy Placemaking SPP First consolidated in 2010 First full review of content Ensure policy is up to date Focus on sustainable economic growth Making placemaking integral to the policy Slide 3 Formal public and stakeholder consultation April 2013 SEA Scoping Report NPF3 Main Issues Report Environmental Report Proposed NPF3SEA Update Finalised NPF3 Launch of NPF3 Call for National Developments September 2012 January 2014 Launch of SPP Review Draft SPP Finalised SPP SEA Statement Pre- Main Issues Report Engagement June 2014 NPF3 Parliamentary Consideration (60 days) Includes consideration of draft SPP SPP Position Statement SEA update open for comment Slide 4 NPF and SPP in Parliament January - March 2014 SPP Position statement: Alignment with NPF Sustainability and planning Engagement Climate change High quality, successful places Town centres Rural development Delivery of housing Onshore gas Onshore wind Slide 5 Slide 6 SNH A successful, sustainable place SNH Steve Tiesdell CollectionSNH Slide 7 Slide 8 A low carbon place Fife Council Retrofit Scotland SNH SSEPD Slide 9 Slide 10 A natural, resilient place SNH CSGN SU SNH CSGN SU SNH CSGN SU Historic Scotland SNH Slide 11 Slide 12 A connected place Marine Scotland HIECSGN SU Glasgow Airport Slide 13 Proposed National Developments Grangemouth - Guardian HIE CSGN SU SSEPD CSGN SU Glasgow Airport Dundee Waterfront Ravenscraig Slide 14 Parliamentary consideration (60 days) Proposed NPF3 laid on 14 January 2014 Consideration by 4 Committees LGR, ICI, EET, & RACCE. Written evidence and witness evidence sessions HoPS, RTPI, RIAS, RICS, planning authorities, developers, NGOs, academics and experts 4 ministerial evidence sessions 4 Committee reports published 14 March 2014 Final debate 18 March 2014 Slide 15 Parliaments response Process: Public engagement Parliaments role Content and relationship with wider policy: links overlap and synergies: peatland, waste, heat, sustainable patterns of development, flooding, climate change adaptation, infrastructure investment, active travel National developments: General support for proposals Additional national developments suggested: e.g. national ecological network, rail freight Overall spatial balance: South of Scotland, rural areas, Glasgow, Aberdeen Wider comments on planning performance resourcing, role and effectiveness of development plans SPP Greater clarity on key issues: wind and wild land, unconventional gas Calls for additional guidance: restoration, flooding, waste, sustainable transport Slide 16 Next steps Have regard to Parliaments comments Finalise NPF3 and SPP Respond to Parliament Conformity report (Participation Statement commitments) Conclude assessments (e.g. SEA Post Adoption Statement, HRA Record) Publish June 2014 Slide 17 Development Planning Forum Integration of Community Planning and Development Planning Slide 18 Background Parliamentary scrutiny of NPF3 and SPP Local Government and Regeneration Committee: How will NPF3 / SPP support community planning? How do SOAs ensure connections between land use and community planning Slide 19 Minister for Local Government and Planning: I fully acknowledge there is a need to strengthen the links between land use planning and community planning. I expect this to instigate change, I will ensure that the matter is discussed at the Scottish Governments national development planning forum in March 2014 Slide 20 Scope for stronger links? SOAs aim to be plans for place Shared agenda: Infrastructure improvements, regeneration, population change, greener and safer neighbourhoods, improved health, better services, employment, civic pride and community identity locality based approaches within community planning but requires partnership working / people to make the links issuing guidance is not the answer relationships and collaboration locally specific solutions Slide 21 Is this already happening? Do we need to strengthen the links? Can we demonstrate the benefits of closer alignment? Are there examples of how this works within local authorities? Would it be helpful SG to gather and share best practice? Other opportunities for improvement?