Glasgow's City Development Plan was adopted in March 2017, replacing City Plan 2 (2009). The Plan sets out the Council's vision and strategy for land use whilst also providing the basis for assessing planning applications along with its associated Supplementary Guidance.
The Plan is supported by a number of documents including Background Papers, Environmental Report, Habitat Regulations Appraisal, and a Schedule of Land. These can all be found here.
The Adopted Plan can be viewed below:
The following associated documents can be viewed below:
Copies of the plan can be downloaded from the council's website and are available to view in the local libraries.
The Planning etc. (Scotland) Act 2006 requires all local authorities to publish annual Development Plan Schemes which set out local development plan preparation programmes.
The purpose of a Development Plan Scheme is to enable stakeholders to gain an awareness of the plan preparation process and explain how and when they can engage.
The Delivery Programme sets out the actions required to support the implementation of the Plan. It details who has responsibility to carry out the actions and the timescale for the action.
Mapping is available (see 'Related links') to illustrate the spatial distribution of actions across the City.
Details of the development plan process can be found below along with the various documents which have been produced throughout the preparation process.
If you wish to be added to the Consultation Database for Glasgow City Development Plan 2 please subscribe by completing the online registration form. If you have already requested to be kept informed you do not have to register again.
Please note we may use this information to keep you notified of other Development Plan related matters including consultation on the Open Space Strategy which will commence in the autumn.