Presentation on theme: "E-Planning & Development Plans -"— Presentation transcript:
1E-Planning & Development Plans - National Development Planning Forum 2014E-Planning & Development Plans -The Fife ExperienceCraig WalkerDevelopment Plan TeamBuildings & Development PortfolioFife Council Enterprise, Planning, & Protective Services
5A variety of tools to interact Development Plan E-BulletinProvides regular development plan newsNow over 1,220 subscribers
6A variety of tools to interact @fifedevplanSocial Media - TwitterRegular tweets on plan progress to over 330 followers6
7A variety of tools to interact The Fife LDP Exchange has a membership of 107 contacts across community, business, and key agency sectors7
8Online Development Plans - in the beginning … Year 2000Static electronic plans – pdf Local Plan documents and mapsPart of national OLDP projectDesired greater functionality – Limehouse Software (Objective) Fully interactive plans and consultations with mapping hosted externallyStill using Objective softwareBringing mapping fully in-house (Localview)Consultations powered more by mapping than by text20082014
9Objective Software Manage consultee data Create & publish documents (hard copy & online)Create and manage online consultationsAnalyse & report on consultationsOne stop shop
10Over 180 local authority customers across the UK Scottish customers include: - Fife Council - East Ayrshire - South Ayrshire - SESplan - TAYplan - Aberdeenshire - Midlothian - South LanarkshireObjective are in discussions with a further 3 local authorities in Scotland.
11The UK’s largest dedicated government engagement cloud: 1,882,669Public Comments19,486Policy Documents for ConsultationUp to 33,000 comments per consultation23,513Consultation/Engagement EventsAverage Reduced Cost of 33% for Policy Delivery758,635Consulteesand counting.....
12How Fife representations received 86% electronic submissions (online and )20082014
13Live Demonstrations:Adopted Mid Fife Local PlanFIFEplan Development Strategy Consultation
21What next for e-planning in Fife Continuous improvement - adding and testing out new initiativesMore map driven consultationsContinued use of social mediaGreater use of QR codesUser defined content (using IP address)More tablet/mobile friendly contentBringing Development Plan and Development Management e-planning closer togetherAll resulting in greater efficiency and improved performance