MacKay Hannah

Understanding Scotland's New Planning Act: What do you need to know about the new planning system?

Venue

Wheatley Academy

Dunedin Canmore,
8 New Mart Road,
Edinburgh,
EH14 1RL

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GETTING THERE

The following links might assist you in planning your journey to the conference: www.Walkit.com or www.travelinescotland.com/journeyplanner/

By Train - The nearest train station is Slateford Station.  There are direct services to Slateford but you can also travel to Edinburgh Waverley then catch a train out to Slateford.  Check out train times, fares and plan your journey at http://tickets.scotrail.co.uk/sr/en/JourneyPlanning/MixingDeck

By Bus - the area benefits greatly from several bus and train routes. From the centre of Edinburgh Lothian Buses run a number 35, from Haymarket you can also take the 4 or 44, which all stop outside the Corn Exchange and Slateford Train Station (on the Glasgow central line) is a two minute walk from the venue.

By Car - The venue does not offer parking but there is on-street parking available on a first come first serve basis.  The M8 Junction 1 is only 3 miles from the venue.  

For information about the Edinburgh Tram timetable go to www.edinburghtrams.com

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The conference had a wide range of speakers covering different aspects of likely new planning legislative procedures. I took something from all the speakers. It was a very interesting conference - both beneficial and informative. All speakers spoke well and contributed to a whole range of matters from different perspectives with their specific fields of expertise. My main interests were presented and debated well.

Charles Johnston, Scottish Borders Council,
Delegate at Planning in Scotland Conference 2017

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