Design and Placemaking; Developer Contributions Supplementary Guidance Consultation

This consultation is now closed as of 1 July 2016.

Supplementary Guidance and Planning Guidance are intended to support implementation of the East Dunbartonshire Local Development Plan (LDP).  The relationship between the LDP, Supplementary Guidance and Planning Guidance is established in Scottish Government Circular 6/2013 and explained in the introduction of each guidance document.

The Design and Placemaking Supplementary Guidance and Developer Contributions Supplementary Guidance documents have been approved in draft at the Development and Regeneration Committee and are subject to public consultation from 1 June to 1 July 2016.

This consultation covers:

  • Design and Placemaking – guidance on the design of new development at neighbourhood, street and building scale.
  • Developer Contributions – guidance on what contributions towards public facilities and infrastructure the council will require for different types of development, the method for their calculation and cost.

How to Respond

The Council is now inviting comments on the content of these draft guidance documents by 1 July 2016.  

Please make your comments using the:

  • Online Comments form (Please note: this form is no longer available)
  • Or, PDF form can be downloaded from the document section of this page, completed and emailed or posted to the address below.  Please use a separate form for your comments on each guidance document. You can however make a number of comments on a single guidance document in one form.
  • Alternatively, copies of the documents are available at the Council’s community hubs and libraries and paper comment forms can be posted to: 

Land Planning Policy Team
East Dunbartonshire Council
Southbank House
Strathkelvin Place
Kirkintilloch G66 1XQ

For any enquiries please:

Post Consultation Arrangements

Following consultation on the Supplementary Guidance the Council will consider whether to make modifications to take account of comments received, and notify Scottish Ministers of the publicity measures undertaken, the comments received, and an explanation of how these comments were taken into account.