Scottish Fire and Rescue have issued a fire risk warning from 17-20 April. We strongly advise against having fires or barbecues when out in the National Park during this period.Close alert
Our Local Development Plan, along with the supplementary guidance, sets out our planning policies. The plan guides new development and contains planning policies which will be used to make decisions on planning applications.
The Design and Placemaking guidance is a good starting point. It contains information on site and area appraisal, including survey work we would expect to be undertaken. We recommend that you make use of our free pre-application service if you are unsure what details will be required and what guidance applies to your proposal.
Hard copies of our plan are available at libraries which serve the National Park or our National Park offices in Callander and Balloch.
These documents explain in more detail how the policy or strategy requirements of the Plan can be met. Supplementary Guidance forms part of the Plan while Planning Guidance provides wider advice on a range of topics to support the Plan and this list may be expanded in the future.
We are currently in the process of finalising and publishing the guidance following on from the adoption of the plan. We will replace guidance as and when they are finalised.
There are also a number of background documents which help provide context and support the Local Development Plan. You can view these below:
In preparing this Plan we have considered a wide range of information. We invited people from our communities, businesses, landowners and partner organisations to get involved in a series of events, workshops and three formal consultations to help inform this Plan since 2011. Find out how we got here…