Monthly Archives: September 2014

Community buyout plan still on track

Despite the disappointment of councillors voting to grant consent for the hugely unpopular Craighouse development, the community buyout plan for the site is continuing to gather momentum. The planning consent has no impact on the community’s right to buy the … Continue reading


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Terrible National Planning Precedent Set by #Craighouse Decision

Please support the MSPs in getting Craighouse Called-In. It takes 5 mins to email to support their submission. All letters are really important. Click on this link for details and sample letter. Terrible National Planning Precedent Craighouse will be used … Continue reading

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Craighouse: Call-in with simple sample letter. Spread the word to everyone you know

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Please Write in Today and Share this Post to Support Our MSPs in demand for Call-In: #Craighouse Call-In

Our MSPs Alison Johnstone and Jim Eadie have written to Planning Minister Derek Mackay asking for the Craighouse application to be called in. The community is right behind them and greatly support our MSPs in this. PLEASE write to minister … Continue reading

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Please write to the Scotttish Government and ask for the Craighouse application to be called in. Please do this very quickly. If the application is ‘called in’, the Scottish Government takes over the final decision about the fate of Craighouse … Continue reading

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Craighouse planning application voted through by Councillors

Most of you will have heard the bad news that the Craighouse development was granted by Councillors 9 votes to 6. This was in the face of overwhelming evidence from the Community Councils, the local politicians, the Friends of Craighouse, … Continue reading

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