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Educational Change Programme: Closing Date 4th February 2022

Empowering our Educators.


Helensburgh and Lomond Cycle path: Closing Date 23rd January 2022


Empowering our Educators: Deadline 4th March 2022.

A&B have created an online guide, which will allow you to host a session to discuss the proposal. The guide contains:

  • Guidance on how to host a session with your Community Council members and wider community.
  • The Collective Leadership Model proposal detailed in full, in a variety of formats.
  • A proposal response form, to capture the opinions and feedback of the organisation.

All other members of the public can view and feedback on the proposal on EmpoweringOurEducators.co.uk

View the full programme of engagement. The proposed Collective Leadership Model will go to Argyll and Bute elected members for a decision in Autumn 2022.‚Äč


Ending the need for food banks: Closing date 25th January 2022

A draft National plan. Read the Consultation Paper 


Fourth National Planning Framework NPF4: Closing Date  2022

The Scottish Government has published a blog (4 minutes reading time!)

What does your ideal home look like and what surrounds it? 

·       How can we design our environments to address climate change? 

·       How do you use space to stay healthy and well? 

·       How can planning encourage people to live in rural areas? 

·       How can land and spaces best promote equality? 

·       How can we use land and spaces to meet biodiversity targets? 

They want to know your priorities for your environment and whether NPF4 will deliver this.

 There is is a consultation draft document published and comments are invited from all stakeholders. Further details about how to get involved along with additional supporting materials, including an Integrated Impact Assessment, can be found at Transforming Planning.

 You can send your views here:https://yourviews.parliament.scot/lgc/npf4/


Event Engagement Survey: Deadline 31st March 2022

Police Scotland we want to hear from those who have attended or experienced events in Scotland recently. 

By 'event', we mean a gathering of people who come together for organised social, cultural or entertainment purposes such as festivals, concerts, sports or parades, or to engage in activity to express views or show support for a cause important to them (sometimes people call these protests or demonstrations).

We also want to hear from people who experience events but are not attendees. For example, you may live close to where an event takes place and are able to provide feedback.

Responses to the survey are totally anonymous and we don't collect any information in this survey which may identify you. 

 Please have your say by following this link 


Licensing of short-term lets: Closes 29th October 

The Local Government, Housing and Planning Committee will be laying draft laws before the Scottish Parliament requiring local authorities to introduce a licensing system for short-term let accommodation.   

The Committee wants to hear your views.   The Committee is particularly keen to hear about concerns you may have about the proposals and to receive suggestions as to how these could be solved. 

This consultation opened on 27th September. Online Survey

 Note that you cannot scan though the survey to view the questions. 

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