Who’s building what and where around Buchan

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THE following planning applications have been submitted to Aberdeenshire Council for consideration:

Alterations and extension to house at 6 Castle Terrace, Maud, for Mr and Mrs G. Chalmers per Buchan Design Ltd, 24 Buchan Road, Fraserburgh.

Discharge of planning obligation (removal of agricultural tie to the land) in connection with the grant of planning permission for erection of house and demolition of ruinous cottage at Westlake, Hythie, Mintlaw, for Mr and Mrs P. Yeats, per Masson and Glennie, Broad House, Broad Street, Peterhead.

Renewal of planning permission for alterations and change of use of steading to form house at Wester Hardslacks, Hatton, for Mr and Mrs D. Scoular.

Erection of two wind turbines, total height 17.98m, at Ebriehead, Maud, for Mr M. Proctor, per Motive Renewables, Motive Base, Cornhill, Banff.

Erection of wind turbine, total height 79m, formation of access road and associated infrastructure at Mill of Whitehill, New Deer, for Ruby Energy Ltd, per CM Renewables, 4 Bridge Street, Nairn.

Erection of 100kw wind turbine, total height 34.59m, at Gibseat, Auchnagatt, for Mr D. Smith, per VC Energy Limited, Waterside Farm, Glasgow Road, Galston.

Erection of house at Burnhead of Longhaven, Longhaven, for Mrs E. Murray, per Taylor Design Services, 5 The Square, Ellon.

Alteration and extension to house at 16 Links View, Cruden Bay, for Mr M. Jones, per Thistle Windows & Conservatories, Unit A, Woodside Road, Denmore Industrial Estate, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen.

Erection of 800kw wind turbine, total height 79m, formation of access and associated infrastructure, at Arthurseat, Hatton, for Ruby Energy Ltd.

Erection of detached domestic garage at 31 High Street, St. Combs, for Mr Bruce Buchan.

Erection of house on land at Inverquinzie, St. Fergus, for Mr G. Chapman, per Baxter Design, Aden Hall, 9 Kirkgate, Old Deer.

Variation of condition (extend time period), of planning permission for restoration and redevelopment of ruinous castle to form 35 holiday apartments at Slains Castle, Cruden Bay, for The Slains Partnership, GVA, 206 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow.