The Main Issue Report Consultation: 16th October until 11th December 2017.
This is the first formal stage of the preparation of a new Local Development Plan (LDP2), which will set out its planning and development proposals for the next 10 years from 2020 and a vision for 20 years.
This report sets out, through a series of questions, how the proposed new Local Development Plan 2 might differ from the existing Local Development Plan and asks views on those proposals. At this stage the Council has yet to reach a firm view and is seeking as much opinion as possible which will be used to inform the production of the Proposed Local Development Plan which is due to be published in 2018.
You can view the report and respond to the consultation online at https://www.argyll-bute.gov.
Consultation on UK Parliamentary Constituencies: October 17th 2017 to December 11th 2017
The documents are too large to download to this website but you can view them by following this link. The documents are accessible from links on the right of the page below the map.
Overall there will be a reduction in the number of Scottish Constituencies from 59 to 53. UK Constituences from 650 to 600. No changes are proposed in the local Government or Scottish Parliamentary Constituences.
Our new proposed constituency is Argyll, Bute and Lochaber; population 77661 and area 9916 square km, the third largest area after Highland North and Highland South.
Community Learning and Development Plan: 31 Mar 2016 to 31 Dec 2017
The Community Learning and Development (CLD) Plan was created by the Argyll and Bute CLD Strategic Partnership in response to the CLD Strategic Guidance and legislation from the Scottish Government.
The plan allows members of the public to find out about the CLD work going on in communities around Argyll and Bute. The plan has a simple email feedback facility that can be used to contact the partnership.
For more information go to www.cldplanning.com and let us know what you think.
Your View Counts: 31st December 2017
Police Scotland wants your opinions on policing which will help shape how it operates in future. Please take part in this five-minute survey.