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Kate Cowey
email: CoweyKJ@Angus.gov.uk
Telephone: 01307 491883,
Mobile: 07766 500363


The TAYplan period for representations has now closed

July 3rd, 2015

TAYplan would like to thank all those who took the time to comment on the Proposed Plan, the Proposed Action Programme and the Equalities Impact Assessment. The comments period closed on 3rd July 2015.

Still want to look at the Proposed Plan or other documents

Although the period for making comments has closed you can still view the Proposed Plan and associated documents.

They are available online at www.tayplan-sdpa.gov.uk/publications

You can also see paper copies in public libraries and council planning and local/access/area offices within the TAYplan area.

Next steps

We will spend the summer and autumn considering your comments and grouping together those that cover similar issues.

The TAYplan Joint Committee will meet at the end of 2015/start of 2016 to decide whether or not to make any amendments to the Proposed Plan, Proposed Action Programme and Equalities Impact Assessment.

If the Joint Committee decides to make amendments TAYplan will need to consult on the amended Proposed Plan.

If the Joint Committee decides not to make any amendments then the Proposed Plan and supporting material will be submitted to Scottish Ministers.

Whatever decision is taken in December by the Joint Committee, TAYplan must submit a Proposed Plan to Scottish Ministers by 8 June 2016 in order to comply with legislation.

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