With the end of the LIVE Park consultation period last Monday, we just wanted to share an update of what we are doing with your feedback. We’ll use this blog to provide a series of short updates over the coming weeks and
Today, pupils from McLaren High School, Vale of Leven Academy, Dumbarton Academy and Hermitage Academy got together to take part in our LIVE Park #YoungPlacemakers event. They looked at the various issues and opportunities facing Loch Lomond & The Trossachs
The Drymen Show was the perfect opportunity for the LIVE Park team to speak to a wider range of the Park‘s communities and those who visit regularly – either because they live close to the Park or visiting from further
Planning requires careful consideration of issues that have a big impact on people’s lives, whether it’s about where a new school gets built or whether land is used for local housing or for visitor accommodation. The Buchanan area of the
Hello everyone, Susan here. Over the next few weeks we will be out and about talking to people about our Main Issues Report for LIVE Park, our next Local Development Plan. I will be in Gartocharn on Monday night (12th May at 7:30pm
Hello – Stuart here. I’m the Forward Planning Manager at the National Park. Now that the first week of our Planning consultation on LIVE Park has passed, I wanted to take some time to reflect on what we’re hearing so
There is so much planning in our lives these days: What’s for dinner this evening? Where are we going on holiday this summer? When is our current mortgage up for review? When do I need to book the next
Hello and welcome to our very first ever blog for LIVE Park. I’m Anna: I’m a mum who lives and works in the National Park. I’m going to be one of the bloggers providing you with regular updates on what’s happening.
Callander is the biggest town in the National Park. Here, Stuart and Hugh from our Planning team talk you through what the main issues, and opportunities are for Callander and how Planning can help.