The South East Scotland Strategic Development Planning Authority, SESplan, is a partnership of six member authorities including Edinburgh, East Lothian, Midlothian, Fife, Scottish Borders and West Lothian, working together on strategic development planning matters.
SESplan's key role is to prepare and maintain an up to date Strategic Development Plan (SDP) for the South East Scotland area. This process involves engaging key stakeholders and the wider community. The first SDP was approved by Scottish Ministers on 27 June 2013.
SESplan's new Proposed Strategic Development Plan was approved for publication at the SESplan Joint Committee on 20 June 2016. All SESplan member authorities have now ratified that decision. The period where you can submit representations on the plan will start on 13 October and end six weeks later at 5pm on 24 November. The Proposed Plan and all supporting documents are available to download now on the Proposed Plan 2016 page.
The Period for Representations Engagement Action Plan has been produced to give an overview of the upcoming Publication process and how SESplan will seek to promote and engage stakeholders.