The Keep Potterton Green Group has been set up to discuss and fight applications for 230+ new homes on greenbelt areas of our village. This will have a catastrophic knock on effect causing disruption to local roads, amenities and will destroy the feel of this lovely countryside village.
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- Developers Original Bid Site DocumentI came across the below in the developers original bid site document. The Local Bus Service 67 was the stop out on the main Ellon Road by Blackdog…I guess their perspective of within walking distance is being used very loosely. Not sure which service number 49 was.
- September 2020 Local Development Plan Newsletter“We have issued a press release highlighting some of the main issues arising from the representations, including significant objection received to proposed opportunity sites in Potterton. This matter alone is subject to approximately 20% of all representations received. This, along with other unresolved matters will be considered by an independent Reporter aspart of the examination.”Continue reading “September 2020 Local Development Plan Newsletter”
- Consultation on Changes to the Scottish Planning Policy (SPP)These are two examples of responses sent to the Scottish Government consulation on changes to Scottish Planning Policy (SPP) The changes may sound technical but they should have positive impacts and potentially reduce future destruction of Green Belt through speculative housing developments. There is likely to be strong lobbying from the volume housebuilding industry againstContinue reading “Consultation on Changes to the Scottish Planning Policy (SPP)”