Planning
applications: who’s building what and where

Aberdeenshire Council.
Aberdeenshire Council.

Several new planning applications had been submitted to Aberdeenshire Council last month, the applications viewable online.

The following are the latest applications published by the council.

On behalf of Mr K. Corbett, Taylor Design Services have submitted a planning application for the erection of a house and garage at Broomhead Steading, Fraserburgh.

Muirden Energy have submitted an application for the variations of a planning application regarding a wind turbine at North Lothian, Crimond.

Mr Lachlan MacDonald has submitted an application on behalf of Mr D. Duthie for the erection of a house on land adjacent to an existing address in Mid Street, St Combs.

Mr MacDonald has also submitted a planning application, on behalf of Mr W. Sinclair, for the formation of two off-street car parking spaces at Grattan Place, Fraserburgh.

Baxter Design have submitted an application for the approval of landscaping, siting, design, and external appearance matters and, in principle, for the erection of a house and garage on behalf of Ardinn Homes at a site adjacent to South Percyhorner, Fraserburgh.

Mr Greig Mathieson has submitted a planning application on behalf of Mr John Gunn for the erection of a house to the rear of a High Street property, New Pitsligo.

Donald Rural Consultancy have submitted a planning application on behalf of James Reid and Sons with a farm/ forestry notification for the erection of an agricultural building to house livestock at Redhouse, Phingask.

Aberdeenshire Council have made an application for consent to begin structural improvement works on a listed building, Strichen’s bridge on the B9093 roadway, Strichen.

Mr Stewart Whyte, on behalf of Fraserburgh Community Council, has submitted a planning application for the permission to change the use of a property on Cross Street, Fraserburgh, from shop to charity drop-in.

All of these applications can be viewed on Aberdeenshire Council’s website:
www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk.