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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
TAYplan Economic Outlook (January 2014) 22/01/14 Oxford Economics

In Autumn 2013 TAYplan commissioned Oxford Economics to prepare an Economic Outlook for the TAYplan area. This work was completed in January 2014. It considers local, national and global economic influences on the TAYplan region and makes forecasts for future employment. It also considers the judgements made for scenarios examination in the TAYplan-wide Joint Housing Need and Demand Assessment (2013).

This study has helped to inform the TAYplan Main Issues Report (2014).

£25.00
TAYplan-wide HNDA Calculation tables (2010) 20/01/10 Arneil Johnstone

These are some of the calculation tables and appendices which accompany the robust and credible HNDA (2010). These calculation support the parts of the HNDA completed by consultants Arneil Johnstone on behalf of TAYplan.

£25.00
Strategic Review of Town Centres and Retailing in the TAYplan Area 05/12/13 Roderick McLean Associates on behalf of TAYplan

In spring 2013 TAYplan commissioned Roderick MacLean Associates Ltd to prepare a Strategic Review of Town Centres and Retailing in the TAYplan Area.

This research informed the TAYplan Main Issues Report (2014) on key strategic issues associated with town centres in the TAYplan area. The review requires a holistic approach to town centre policy and not simply focus on retailing. For example, this requires looking at factors such as attractiveness of town centres as places to visit, invest and live and work. In addition, the exercise suggests a consistent and standardised method of collecting data on town centres to monitor the health of the centres.

£40.00