The Scottish Government - National Planning Framework
strong text The National Planning Framework (NPF3) is Scotland’s long-term plan on spaces and places.
The planning system is used to make decisions about the future development and use of land in our towns, cities and countryside. It considers where development should happen, where it should not and how development affects its surroundings.
Over the past few months the Scottish Government has been listening to Scotland’s views on a vision for how Scotland should develop over the next 20–30 years. They have spoken to people, to groups and organisations, to businesses and to local authorities. They have now set out their preferred plan, showing where they think there are the best opportunities for new development to support sustainable growth.
It is really important that The Scottish Government hears what young people think about their plan to support Scotland’s development in the future.
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