In 2013, the Scottish Government initiated two regional land use pilot projects in Aberdeenshire and the Scottish Borders to test an innovative approach to land use decision-making. An independent evaluation was carried out in parallel with the pilot projects to consider the processes of developing and managing the projects, as well as the final outputs.
The Report on the Evaluation of the Regional Land Use Framework Pilots, and the Research Findings were published today.
Information on the pilot projects can be found on the Land Use Strategy webpages.
If you have any questions, you are invited to get in touch with the Land Use and Biodiversity Team at LandUseStrategy@gov.scot