17.03.2017Aberdeen | Climate Change | Dundee | Edinburgh | Fracking | glasgow | Housing | Minerals | RTPI | Scotland | social housing
A round-up of planning news in Scotland: 11 March-17 March, 2017
Latest official statistics suggest that in 2016, 8,840 affordable homes were approved in Scotland, an increase of 20 per cent compared to the previous year.
13.03.2017Climate Change | Infrastructure - Energy | renewable energy | renewable technologies | Scotland | Scottish Government
More detailed planning policy information is required in the Draft Energy Strategy and behavioural change across Scottish society is needed if the country is to satisfy its climate change targets, according to a report.
Scotland round-up: Latest plans revealed for Glasgow dockland homes; Crystal Rig wind farm fourth phase considered10.03.2017affordable housing | Edinburgh | flooding | glasgow | Housing | Infrastructure - Green | Regeneration | Scotland | wind farm
A round-up of planning news in Scotland: 4 March-10 March, 2017
Fresh plans to build a large-scale housing development at a major grade A-listed dry dock complex in Glasgow have been unveiled.
08.03.2017Business & Enterprise | Campaigning & Advocacy | international women's day | Scotland | Young Planners
What do young planners think about International Women's Day and equality in the workplace? The RTPI's policy and networks adviser Katherine Pollard asked Lesley McVeigh, assistant strategic planner with...
07.03.2017Campaigning & Advocacy | equality | international women's day | Professional Development | Scotland | young planner
What do young planners think about International Women's Day and equality in the workplace? The RTPI's policy and networks adviser Katherine Pollard asked Charlotte Mohn a graduate planner with WSP | Parsons...
If we want to create truly inclusive places, we need to address inequalities within the profession itself, says Monica Lennon MSP.
03.03.2017Campaigning & Advocacy | diversity | equality | international women's day | Professional Development | Scotland
What do young planners think about International Women's Day and equality in the workplace? The RTPI's policy and networks adviser Katherine Pollard asked Jay Skinner, a graduate planner with Fife Council...
Scotland round-up: Payback benefits for urban regeneration fund; Scottish house builders oppose planning fee rise02.03.2017affordable housing | Build to Rent | Edinburgh | glasgow | Govan | Housing | Regeneration | Scotland | Scottish Government | wind farms
A round-up of planning news in Scotland: 25 February-3 March, 2017
An unusual proposal involving housing and various ecological enhancements on a site that...
Outline permission for a development west of Newcastle-under-Lyme has been granted, despite...