Welcome to TAYplan
TAYplan's Strategic Development Plan 2012-2032
Your place/Your future/Your say
Change is constant and planning must be constant too. If you care about your city, town, neighbourhood or village, TAYplan matters to you. That's because TAYplan sets the overall direction for how the TAYplan area will change over the next 20 years - what major developments can take place, where, and what they should be like.
TAYplan have now started preparing the Main Issues Report. This report will set out what the key issues are together with preferred options for big development projects. TAYplan intend to publish this report in April/May next year for consultation. This will be the main stage of consultation.
TAYplan provides broad-brush direction for the next 20 years about where new development and infrastructure should take place. The current Strategic Development Plan was approved in June 2012 and the Plan is constantly reviewed. The 4 Local Authorities in the TAYplan area have their own Local Development Plan which shows the detail of what development should take place for the next ten years and they must reflect the TAYplan strategy. These are all at different stages of preparation and review, reflecting the need to have plans which respond to constant change.
Engaging with communities, public agencies, the development industry and others continues to be central to how TAYplan develops it's plan. To find out more on why you should get involved in how our place should change please view this short video, click on this link: http://ads.org.uk/urbanism/features/participate-in-plan-making
Register your interest with TAYplan
To have your details added to the TAYplan database which is used for the purposes of consultations for the Strategic Development Plan please click here.
When the portal page opens, please click on the link 'Login/Register' in the top right hand corner and then add your details as either a Consultee or an Agent.
TAYplan UK Award Winners
TAYplan won the Royal Town Planning Institutes UK overall award for 2011, the Silver Jubilee Cup, for being "original and visionary in scope". Winning the Spatial Strategies category the team then went on to lift the overall top UK accolade.