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Bute local plan replacement (1986)

Argyll and Bute (Scotland). District Council.

Bute local plan replacement (1986)

statement on publicity and representations, September, 1986.

by Argyll and Bute (Scotland). District Council.

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Published by (Argyll & Bute District Council) in (Lochgilphead) ((Kilmory, Lochgilphead, Argyll PA31 8RT)) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Regional planning -- Scotland -- Bute.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination[40]p. :
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14300110M

    (Sites not mapped in the Local Plan or in the Local Plan policies map) Bishopstoke Policy Bi1, South of Stokewood Surgery, Bishopstoke – site safeguarded for future health uses. Argyll and Bute Council has hit out at a new survey of housing in the Highlands and Islands which blames its planners for "population decline and low housing construction.".

    Local Government and Communities Committee Planning (Scotland) Bill Submission from Argyll and Bute Council Note: this response has been prepared by Argyll and Bute Council officers and is due to be endorsed by the Council’s Planning Protective Services and Licensing Committee on 21 February. 1. The local plan identifies the extent and nature of future housing development so that the relevant agencies can determine the necessary provision. Any detailed land requirements are shown on the Proposals Map but where only a general expression of interest .

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Bute local plan replacement (1986) by Argyll and Bute (Scotland). District Council. Download PDF EPUB FB2

We are now preparing a new Local Development Plan (LDP2), which will replace the current Local Development Plan which was adopted in The plan will cover all of the Argyll and Bute Council area, apart from the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Area (LLTNP), where a separate Local Development Plan is prepared by the National Park Authority.

The Argyll and Bute Local Development Plan provides the local planning framework for the Council area, excluding the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park area.

The Plan is divided into the written statement and proposals maps. Argyll and Bute Council. Proposed Local Development Plan. Proposal Maps January Bute and Cowal Contents Proposed Local Development Plan Legend.

Maps. Strachur 1. Tighnabraich 2. Kames 3. Sandbank North 4. Sandbank South 5. Dunoon 6. Toward 7. Ardyne, South 8. Ardyne, North 9. Glendaruel Largiemore, Strachur Portavadie Ardkinglas The Argyll and Bute Local Plan at this stage is a ‘consultative draft’ plan. The plan can be altered by Argyll and Bute Council in response to public and consultee representations.

The local plan has been prepared within the framework of the Argyll and Bute Structure Plan, approved November Both the Structure Plan and the Local Plan have an agenda for growth and for sustainable development. guided the preparation of the Argyll and Bute Local Plan. This Local Plan has a 5-year plan-period and is to replace all previous local plans in Argyll and Bute with the exception of the Loch Lomond Local (Subject) Plan This latter plan is intended to be replaced by a Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Local Plan in due course.

The Council intends to adopt the Argyll and Bute Local Development Plan incorporating the Post Examination Modifications received from the Scottish Government's Report of Examination.

The plan, together with the modifications, may be viewed using the links below. Argyll and Bute Local Development Plan: Supplementary Guidance 2 Representation Form We would like your views on the Draft Supplementary Guidance 2 and/or the relevant parts of the accompanying Environmental Report.

This form should be used for all representations. The Planning Authority will only accept responses using this Size: KB.

The proposed Argyll & Bute Local Development Plan will penalise genuine crofters and will prevent the creation of new and woodland crofts in the county. So says the Scottish Crofting Federation (SCF) in its response to the Council‟s consultation on the Plan. SCF Chief Executive Patrick Krause said, “We are dismayed by the proposal to.

Find out when your bin will be collected. You can find and comment on planning applications online. Find and read minutes and agendas of council meetings. Term dates and holidays for Argyll and Bute schools. You can pay your council tax bill online.

Search for public transport timetables across Argyll and Bute. Our guarantee after service. We guarantee our service, including replacement parts, for 90 days or the remaining term of your Apple warranty or AppleCare plan coverage, whichever is longer.

We offer this whenever you get service from us or from an Apple Authorized Service Provider. This is in addition to rights provided by consumer law. the Adopted Argyll and Bute Local Development Plan. (A) There is a general presumption in favour of housing development other than those categories, scales and locations of development listed in (B) below.

Housing development, for which there is a presumption in favour, will be supported unless there is an unacceptable environmental, servicing or. The Carmarthenshire Local Development Plan (LDP) was adopted at the meeting of the County Council on the 10th December The LDP sets out the spatial vision for the future of Carmarthenshire (excluding that area within the Brecon Beacons national Park) and a framework for the distribution and delivery of growth and development.

The Hart District Local Plan (Replacement) was adopted on 23rd December On 22nd June the Council adopted First Alterations to the Hart District Local Plan (Replacement).

This introduced 5 new policies (with an ALT prefix) that superseded seven of the policies in the original Replacement Local Plan. Argyll and Bute Council TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (DEVELOPMENT CONTRARY TO DEVELOPMENT PLAN) (SCOTLAND) DIRECTION The following planning application has been lodged for determination with Argyll and Bute Council and are available for inspection during normal working hours at the local area office/ Post Office identified below.

Proposal: Erection of Replacement Conservatory - Policies Contravened POL BE1 of Bute Local Plan Site Address: 42 Mountstuart Road, Rothesay, Isle of Bute PA20 9EB Location of Plans: Rothesay Area Office Potential Departure from Approved Development Plan Senior Planning Officer, Development and Building Control, Development and Environment.

Proposal: Master plan fo rMachr ihanish air base (MAST1/10) of the Argyll and Bute proposed local development plan Location: Machr ihanish Airbase Community Company, Machr ihanish Air-base,M achr ihanish, Campbeltown, Argyll And Bute,PA28 6NU Applicant: Machr ihanish Air Base Company Build Machrihanish Airbase,Campbeltown, PA28 6NU.

Argyll and Bute is the second largest local authority by area in Scotland and covers almost 9% of the total Scottish land area with a population of approximat 52% of Argyll and Bute’s population live in areas classified by the Scottish Government as ‘rural’.

Potential Departure from Approved Development Plan Reference No: 01//LIB Applicant: Mr and Mrs M Johnston Proposal: Alterations to cottage including replacement window and new conservatory - Policies Contravened POL BE 1 of Bute Local Plan Site Address: 19 Bishop Street, Rothesay, Isle of Bute PA20 9DH.

We make decisions about planning applications, based on national and local planning policy. You can find national policy documents on the Planning Portal. To find out more about local policy, or to get involved in setting the policy for your area, choose a category below. Respond to our Local Plan public consultation - 6 April to 1 June.

They say that, although the area is still within the Cove and Kilcreggan Conservation Ares, the currently adopted Argyll and Bute Local Plan has changed this particular site’s designation: “This means that where previously there was a presumption against the development of the site, there now exists a strong presumption in favour.

A Local Development Plan (LDP) sets out proposals and policies for the future use of all local land, and is the main development plan document in Wales.

The LDP covers a period of fifteen years and should reflect national planning policy in Wales. At our council meeting on the 10 of January we resolved to prepare a revised LDP for.or contact your Local Plan at the telephone number appearing on the back of your ID card.

The Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association is the Carrier of the Plan. The address for the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Service Benefit Plan administrative office is:File Size: 1MB.There can be up to three parts to the plan.

Each council area in Scotland is covered by a local development plan, which sets out where most new developments are proposed and the policies that will guide decision-making on planning applications.

If you live in Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh, Glasgow or any of the following council areas.