Falkirk Local Development Plan 3 - Participation Statement Consultation

Closes 11 Nov 2022

Opened 29 Aug 2022


Falkirk Council is preparing to develop a new Local Development Plan (LDP3). The LDP is an important document which sets out how the Falkirk area will develop in the future, for example, where new housing, business, and infrastructure will be located.

The success of LDP3 depends on getting the public and a wide range of stakeholders involved. The Council is required to prepare a Participation Statement describing when, with whom, and how it intends to consult on the plan. This survey seeks to gather people's views on how we should engage with them, to help us prepare the Participation Statement.

Why your views matter

We want to make sure that engagement on LDP3 is as effective as possible, reaching a wide audience and getting a good level of response. We need your input and ideas on how to achieve this.

For further information on how the information you provide will be used, please read our privacy notice.

Clicking on the "agree" button below indicates that:

  • you have read the privacy notice
  • you agree to take part


  • All Areas


  • Anyone from any background


  • Economic development
  • Health and safety
  • Licences and permits
  • Access to information
  • Budgets and spending
  • Community planning
  • Funding opportunities
  • Performance and statistics
  • Policies, plans and strategies
  • Sustainable development
  • Flooding
  • Biodiversity
  • Landscape designations
  • Nature
  • Noise
  • Pollution
  • Council and housing association homes
  • Council homes
  • Housing support
  • Private housing
  • Area regeneration
  • Building warrants
  • Conservation
  • Enforcement
  • Land and property
  • Local plans and guidelines
  • Permissions for development
  • Planning applications
  • Public space
  • Adult and community learning development
  • Nurseries and childcare
  • Parental engagement
  • Schools
  • Youth clubs and participation
  • Adults and Older People
  • Children and families
  • Disabilities
  • Health and wellbeing
  • People with mental health issues
  • Poverty and inequality
  • Cycling and walking
  • Traffic and transportation