New planning guidance for huts in 2016

Inshriach Bothy built by Bobby Niven and Iain Macleod as part of an RSA residency.

Inshriach Bothy built by Bobby Niven and Iain Macleod as part of an RSA residency.

Many of you will know that we’ve been working on a new publication, New hutting developments: Guidance on planning, developing and managing huts which sets out the values and characteristics of good practice in hut developments to maximise their benefit for health and wellbeing, our relationship with the natural environment and our cultural life. This document has been subject to a rigorous review by planning professionals and is now nearing completion. It will be launched in mid February.

Now Reforesting Scotland’s Thousand Huts campaign has been given a grant by the Planning Exchange Foundation to roll this out into a series of seminars for planning professionals, hut builders and other interested parties. If you would like to be kept up to date with news of the launch of this guidance and the events following it, please send an email to huts(at)reforestingscotland.org

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