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2050 Think Pieces

We asked planning stakeholders to provide think piece contributions on Scotland 2050 to stimulate discussion and debate during the early engagement period and to help stakeholders to think about priorities for NPF4. 

Martin Valenti - Environmentally Responsible Economic Growth 

Emma Ritch - Gender Inclusive Places

Fiona Garven - Community Development

Russell Jones - Healthy Places 

Steven Tolson - A Plan to Grow More Food

Diana Findley - Places for Older People

Aedan Smith - Scotland's Environment

Dr Ruth Lightbody - Community Engagement

Anna Beswick and Joseph Hagg - Adaptive Places

Jim Valentine - Our Cities

Diarmid Hearns - Nature on a National Scale

Stephanie Conesa - Our Renewable Energy

Vincent Goodstadt - Scotland 2050: Lessons from Our Spatial Planning Heritage

John Lauder - Our Active Travel Networks

Professor Chris Speed - Our Arts and Cultural Environment

Rona Gibb - Our Active Travel Networks

Calum Macleod - A Thriving Rural Scotland

Tim German - Our Energy Systems

Deryck Irving - Future Green Networks

Liam Fowley MSYP - Report on #WhatsYourTake

Angus Hardie - Empowered Communities

Susie Fitton - Places for Disabled People

Grant Carson - Building a More Accessible World for us all

Jim Birrell - Future Chief Planning Officers

Sally Thomas - Our Future Homes

Phil Prentice - Town Centres of The Future

Riddell Graham - Our Tourist Industry

Elaine Fotheringham - Our Flood Risk Management

Tammy Swift-Adams - Enjoying The Fruits of Collaboration

Dr Matthew Lane - Self and Custom Build

Andy Milne - Rebalancing and Regenerating Planning for People and Places

Professor Iain Docherty - An Accessible Scotland

Anne Johnstone - Our Vacant and Derelict Land

Jo O'Hara - Forestry and Woodland

Andy Kerr - Greenhouse Gas Emission Reductions

Last Updated: 24 Nov 2020

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