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Planning (Scotland) Act 2019

Submission of local place plans

89.Paragraph 2 sets out the requirements for the submission of a local place plan. The community body must comply with any prescribed requirements as to the steps to be taken before submitting a plan and information to be provided alongside the plan, as well as how the views of local councillors are to be taken into account. “Prescribed” is defined in section 277 of the 1997 Act and means prescribed in regulations made by the Scottish Ministers. Having complied with any prescribed requirements, a community body may submit a local place plan to the local planning authority.

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