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Aurora Spotlights - April 2018

Aurora Spotlights - April 2018

It’s beginning to feel like spring might finally be in the air and we can start thinking about enjoying some more time outdoors again. On which, an update on the ever-growing hutting movement was a highlight of the Easter weekend reading list, with a summary of recent changes that will hopefully make it possible for many more people to enjoy the peace and beauty of the natural world; a great example of the power of planning policy!  Meantime, for other recent planning highlights, read on below…  

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Aurora Spotlights - March 2018

Aurora Spotlights - March 2018

Reflecting on a week in which heavy snow brought much of Scotland to a standstill, and how other countries plan for this, International Women’s Day yesterday found us reading about how Canada is looking at how to make their snow clearing policy gender balanced (something that is already done in Stockholm and other Scandinavian cities). Certainly some food for thought. Meanwhile, nothing in planning stands still for long so, for this month’s spotlights, read on…

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Aurora Spotlights – February 2018

Aurora Spotlights – February 2018

This is the first of our ‘Aurora Spotlights’ bulletins, in which we shine a light on some of the key planning matters in Scotland each month, including new legislation or guidance, consultations, significant current planning applications and recent appeal decisions, and upcoming events.

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