What is a Local Design Review Panel?
Local Panels support local authorities to improve the quality of the built environment. They help to address design issues early on during the pre-application stage of planning when there is still time for discussion and changes.
Who are the panellists?
What happens during a panel meeting?
Panel Remits and Governance
A number of Local Authority areas currently benefit from the input of Local Design Review panels. They consist of representatives from a number of local interest groups. They broadly share the remit of informing the Planning process by contributing local context and views on the proposals being presented; details of their overall governance, however, will differ between each panel.
To find out more about Local Design Review in your area please click on the links below:
- Edinburgh Urban Design Panel
- Inverness Design Review Panel
- Glasgow Urban Design Panel
- West Dunbartonshire Place and Design Panel