HC Deb 29 October 1912 vol 43 cc232-3
43. Mr. HOGGE

asked the Secretary for Scotland how many town planning schemes have been drawn for Scotland since the Town Planning Act became law; and whether he can state the location of each?


No town planning schemes have yet been prepared and submitted for the approval of the Local Government Board, but the Board have authorised the preparation of five schemes: one in Dunfermline (including Rosyth), one in Inverkeithing, and three in Dundee. An application has been received from the Corporation of Edinburgh for the Board's authority to prepare a scheme for the Belle-vue district. The Board have held a local inquiry on this and are awaiting the report of their Commissioner.