HOPS Committees

Executive Committee

Chair – Pam Ewen, Fife Council (pictured)

Senior Vice Chair – Jim Miller, North Ayrshire Council

Junior Vice Chair – Ian Aikman, Scottish Borders Council

Members

  • Beverly Smith (Moray Council)
  • David Suttie (Dumfries & Galloway Council)
  • David Givan (City of Edinburgh Council)
  • Stuart Mearns (Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park Authority)
  • David Littlejohn (Perth & Kinross Council)
  • Iain McDairmid (Shetland Islands Council)
  • Jim Grant (Moray Council)
  • Pamela Clifford (West Dunbartonshire Council)
  • Lorna Bowden (North Lanarkshire)
  • David Mudie (Highland Council)
  • Stuart Tait (Clydeplan)
  • Dafydd Jones (Highland Council)
  • Sarah Shaw (Glasgow City Council)

Co-opted Members – Craig McLaren (RTPI Scotland), Irene Beautyman (Improvement Service), Jim Birrell (HOPS Project Manager), and Robert Nicoll/Calum Lindsay (COSLA).


Development Management

Chair – Beverly Smith, Moray Council (pictured)

Senior Vice Chair – Alastair Hamilton, Fife Council

Junior Vice Chair – Nancy Jamieson, City of Edinburgh Council

Members

Members –  representatives from all planning authorities

Co-opted members – Scottish Government Planning & Architecture


Development Planning

Chair – Shona McCoy, Dumfries & Galloway Council (pictured)

Senior Vice Chair – Antony McGuiness, South Ayrshire Council

Junior Vice Chair – Tom Walsh, Aberdeenshire Council

Members

Members – representatives from all planning authorities

Co-opted members – Scottish Government Planning & Architecture


Performance and Practice

Chair – Christina Cox, Stirling Council (pictured)

Vice Chair – Pamela Clifford, West Dunbartonshire Council

Members

Members – Opt in membership from planning authorities

Co-opted members – Scottish Government Planning & Architecture, RTPI Scotland, COSLA, and the Improvement Service


Climate Change, Energy and Resources

Chair – David Mudie, The Highland Council (pictured)

Vice Chair – Ian Aikman, Scottish Borders Council

Members

Members – Opt in membership from planning authorities

Co-opted members – Scottish Government Planning & Architecture, Scottish Government Energy & Consents Unit, Scottish Government Marine Planning, Scottish Natural Heritage, Scottish Water, Historic Environment Scotland, Forestry and Land Scotland, and the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency


Updated 21/07/2021

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