City Plan 2030 and City Mobility Plan

Choices for City Plan 2030 in 200 words

Our next local development plan

Our city continues to grow. We must manage that growth and make sure everyone can share in our city’s success.

Our City Plan 2030 will set out the long-term vision for Edinburgh. It will set out locations for new homes and businesses, protect places of value, and make sure that essentials for a good quality of life - like public transport, schools and green space - are core to our city.

Scottish Government requires councils to produce a local development plan. The plan is used to guide decisions on planning applications.

We’re planning for a city that is a great place to live, where you don’t need to own a car to move around, where everyone lives in a home which they can afford and where everyone’s physical and mental wellbeing is supported.

We’re not starting from scratch – many of the policies in our existing local development plan are working well. The choices outlined for City Plan 2030 looks at key areas for change such as addressing climate change, building affordable housing, short-term lets and student accommodation. They will play a major part in helping us to meet our ambition for a carbon neutral city by 2030.

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