Play Survey Launched

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Children, young people and families are being asked for their views about outdoor play spaces across Dundee. 

A survey has been launched to find out how often they play outside, as well as how they travel to play areas and what they think about their quality. 

Dundee City Council is carrying out the consultation as part of the wider review of the Local Development Plan. 

People who work with children are also being encouraged to put forward their opinions to the Play Sufficiency Assessment Survey, which runs until Friday August 30. 

Depute Fair Work, Economic Growth and Infrastructure convener Councillor Siobhan Tolland said: “We are keen to gain insights from children and young people, parents/carers and those who work with them about where they like to play and hang out, out and why.  

The information we receive will be used to improve the quality and accessibility of outdoor play across Dundee. “ 

Dundee City Council is preparing the Play Sufficiency Assessment to comply with the Planning (Scotland) Act 2019. This will be submitted to the Scottish Government as part of the evidence base for the next Local Development Plan. 

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