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This is where all documents published by or on-behalf of TAYplan are located. They are listed in order of publication date. For committee papers visit our Joint Committee page.

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Document Reference Table

Title Date Author File Description Cost of Paper Copysort descending
015 Policy 5A and B Scale and Distribution of Housing 25/10/11 TAYplan

Issue 015 covers the representations made between June and August 2011 about Policy 5 parts A and B covering the scale and distribution of housing in the Proposed Strategic Development Plan (June 2011). This is one of 24 Schedule 4s that was approved by the TAYplan Joint Committee on 25 October 2011 and submitted alongside the Proposed Plan (June 2011) to Scottish Ministers on 1st December 2011.

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024 Policy 7 Energy, Waste and Resources - Whole Policy and Other Issues 25/02/16 TAYplan

The Schedule 4 (Summary of Unresolved Issues) forms part of the Note of Representations. It considers representations relating to the whole policy and related issues set out in Policy 7/Maps 7a and 7b which cover energy, waste and resource management infrastructure on pages 40 to 45 of the Proposed Plan (2015).

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TAYplan Audited Accounts 2008-09 30/06/09 TAYplan, Dundee City Council Finance and Audit Scotland

TAYplan's accounts are audited each year by Audit Scotland. Dundee City Council is the parent authority for financial services and holds TAYplan's accounts on behalf of all four councils in the TAYplan partnership.

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007 Policy 2D Efficient Resource Consumption 25/02/16 TAYplan

The Schedule 4 (Summary of Unresolved Issues) forms part of the Note of Representations. It considers representations relating to efficient resource consumption in Policy 2 Part D on14 to 17 of the Proposed Plan (2015).

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Statutory Advertisement of Plan Approval (June 2012) 18/06/12 TAYplan

This is the Statutory Advertisement of the Approval by Scottish Ministers (8 June 2012) and the subsequent publication (18 June 2012) of the Approved TAYplan Strategic Development Plan.

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Development Plan Scheme 2017 22/02/17 TAYplan

The Development Plan Scheme is updated atleast once every year and explains the work that TAYplan will be undertaking to keep the Strategic Development Plan up to date and how it intends to involve interested parties.

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Notice of TAYplan Unaudited Accounts for 2008-09 24/07/09 TAYplan and Dundee City Council Finance Dept

This is a public notice explaining that the unaudited accounts for TAYplan Strategic Development Planning Authority for the financial year 2008-2009 have been published and where and when these can be inspected.

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Issue 012 Policy 4A - Strategic Development Areas 25/10/11 TAYplan

Issue 012 covers the representations made between June and August 2011 about the Vision and Objectives in the Proposed Strategic Development Plan (June 2011). This is one of 24 Schedule 4s that was approved by the TAYplan Joint Committee on 25 October 2011 and submitted alongside the Proposed Plan (June 2011) to Scottish Ministers on 1st December 2011.

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GRIP Study (2011) 01/05/11 University of Manchester

TAYplan GRIP Study (May 2011) was undertaken by the University of Manchester for TAYplan and Scottish Enterprise. It examines the possible contributions that various changes in behaviour can make towards meeting the targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions set out in the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009.

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TAYplan Youth Camp 2015 Report 02/09/15 TAYplan

This paper highlights the joint work by TAYplan and the University of Dundee in engaging young people in Planning through the use of the Minecraft Computer Game.

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