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Local Transport Strategies set out how local authorities intend to meet national objectives at a local level and detail actions which will achieve local objectives.
The Local Transport Strategy for Clackmannanshire
The Local Transport Strategy 2010 - 2014 is available to download below. A revised Local Transport Strategy is now been prepared and it is anticipated that this draft will be available shortly. In the interim period the existing strategy for 2010 - 2014 will remain valid for use.
The results of the Local Transport Strategy 2015 - 2019 public consultation is now available.
Further consultation events will take place in due course and will be announced on this page. If anyone wishes further information on these events you can contact us at the address below.
The Local Transport Strategy contains three documents:
Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) is a systematic process for identifying, predicting, reporting and mitigating the environmental impacts of certain proposed plans and programmes. The Local Transport Strategy falls under the EU Directive 2001/42/EC and the Environmental Assessment of Plans and Programmes (Scotland) Regulations 2004. Therefore the Local Transport Strategy must be assessed for environmental effects.
The Clackmannanshire Strategic Environmental Assessment reports for the current Local Transport Strategy can be downloaded from this page. Responses from the consultation authorities are also available.
Roads, Traffic & Transportation
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Tel: 01259 450000