After a busy summer, we have finished reviewing the representations received to the Proposed Plan and are at an advanced stage in preparing for the next steps. Thank you to everyone who took the time to make submissions. We are
Well, we are feeling really good this week in the LIVE Park team! Not only is the weather really sunny, we met the deadline to complete and publish no fewer than eleven reports for our Board meeting a week on Monday.
Change in any aspect of our life can be seen as a good or bad thing. People can see change differently, and at different times in life our own perspective on change can, well, change. The National Park has four statutory
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
Everything you ever wanted to know about #planning but were afraid to ask. The LIVE Park team explains:
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
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.