Strategic Development Plan
The Strategic Development Plan (SDP) for South East Scotland
The Strategic Development Planning Authority for Edinburgh and South East Scotland (SESplan) is responsible for the preparation of the Strategic Development Plan (SDP) for south east Scotland.
SESplan is made up of 6 local authorities. These are:
- City of Edinburgh Council,
- Fife Council (only the southern part of Fife is covered by the south east Scotland SDP)
- West Lothian Council
- East Lothian Council
- Midlothian Council
- Scottish Borders Council
The first SDP (June 2013) sets the strategic policy framework and development strategy for growth and environmental protection in this part of Scotland to 2032.
The next Strategic Development Plan - Main Issues Report
Work on the next Strategic Development Plan (SDP2), has commenced, with SESplan expecting SDP2 to be approved by Summer 2018. A Main Issues Report for SDP2 has been published for public consultation, details of which can be found on the SESplan website. The consultation period runs from 21 July to 30 September 2015.
A list of public events is also listed here:
The SESplan consultation portal allows you to view current and past consultations and comment on live consultations. More information about SESplan and the SDP can be obtained from SESplan through their website or by telephone to their office. Contact details for these are listed below:
- 01506 282 883
West Lothian Civic Centre
Howden South Road
01506 282 883 (tel)
8 Lothian Road
0131 271 3470 (3302 for planning permission matters) (tel)
0131 271 3537 (fax)