Local Development Plan content Dundee City Council adopted the Dundee Local Development Plan on 15 February 2019 Copies of the Plan may be viewed here: Dundee Local Development Plan: Written Statement (PDF) Dundee Local Development Plan: Proposals Map (PDF) Dundee Local Development Plan Interactive Proposals Map (Online Map) Glossary of Terms Air Quality and Land Use Planning Supplementary Guidance (PDF) Householder Development - Advice and Best Practice Supplementary Guidance (PDF) Developer Contributions Supplementary Guidance (PDF) Low and Zero Carbon Technology in New Development Supplementary Guidance (PDF) Action Programme In addition, hard copies of the plan are also available to view in every public library within Dundee City or at Dundee House, 50 North Lindsay Street, Dundee, during normal opening hours Dundee Local Development Plan - Supporting Information View documents that support the Local Development Plan Review of the Dundee Local Development Plan Dundee City Council is committed to ensuring that the Local Development Plan is kept up to date and regularly reviewed. A Development Plan Scheme is published annually which contains an indicative timescale for review. To be kept aware of progress towards a review please do consider signing up for email notifications or wait for information which will be posted on this website. View the Development Plan Scheme More details will be available on the Local Development Plan Review webpage Mailing List Should You wish to be notified of future alteration or reviews of the Dundee Local Development Plan you may subscribe to an email notification list: Send your contact details to email@example.com (Registration emails will not be acknowledged unless requested, there is no need to re-register and you can unsubscribe at any time. This list may be occasionally be used to advise of other consultations or announcements related to Planning within Dundee). Tayplan Strategic Development Plan View information on the Strategic Development Plan Planning Aid Scotland (PAS) PAS offers a free, impartial and confidential planning advice service, provided by specialist volunteers, all of whom are chartered planners. Please visit their website. PAS helps individuals and community groups to get involved in the planning system in an impartial, open and inclusive way.