Law Society of Scotland consultation on aspects of planning obligations: closing 3 February

Law Society of Scotland Planning Law Sub-committee seeks the views of our members and interested stakeholders on the subject of planning obligations, under section 75 (Planning Obligations) of the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 (‘the Act’).

The Law Society of Scotland writes:

The purpose of this consultation is to identify an evidence base to support good practice in relation to planning obligations, with a view to minimising some areas of uncertainty and reducing delays. It is our intention to publish a summary of the outcome of this consultation. Participation in this consultation will enable the Society to establish whether there is broad consensus on a range of important practical issues concerning planning obligations. We will report our findings to Scottish Government and these findings will contribute to Scottish Government’s review of the Circular.

We would be pleased to hear from you with your views by 10am on Monday 3 February 2020….

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