Who’s building what and where in Fraserburgh

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Several new planning applications have been submitted to Aberdeenshire Council planners since January.

The following is a round-up of planning applications that have been made in Fraserburgh and district.

Mr Alexander Maitland has submitted an application for the installation of two dormer windows at a property on Union Street, Rosehearty.

Mr Colin Lawrance has submitted an application for the extension of a garage at a property on Queen’s Road, Fraserburgh.

Aberdeenshire Council’s Property Services department has itself submitted an application on behalf of the Housing and Social Work department for the partial demolition of Westfield School and the erection of a family centre at Argyll Road, Fraserburgh.

Claymore Homes, on behalf of Mrs Mandi Campbell, has submitted an application for the erection of a replacement house, the demolition of outbuildings, and extensions to the existing house at Smiddy Croft, Fraserburgh. The application also seeks a change of use for the original house from a dwellinghouse to a domestic outbuilding.

Mr S. Craig has submitted an application for alterations and extension to a house on Brucklay Street, Rosehearty.

North East Plans Ltd has, on behalf of JNF Developments, submitted plans for the erection of two semi-detached houses at Muir Road, Memsie.

Mr Lachlan MacDonald has, on behalf of Gibbs Bakery and Coffee Shop, submitted plans for the change of use from a bakery/ coffee shop to a restaurant with takeaway at 65 Broad Street, Fraserburgh. The planning application is also seeking permission for the installation of a ventilation extractor and flue.

Mr Kevin Michie is seeking planning permission for the erection of a boundary wall at Greenbank Place, Fraserburgh.

Mr Lachlan MacDonald, on behalf of Mr and Mrs Niven, is seeking planning permission for the erection of a garage at Hill Street, Rosehearty.

Mr Lachlan MacDonald has also submitted a planning application on behalf of Duthie, A. Brown and A. M. for alterations and extension to a property at Hillcrest, Fraserburgh.

Planning application submitted to Aberdeenshire Council are open for members of the public to comment on, either in favour or against, for a period of time.

To have your say on any of these applications, please visit Aberdeenshire Council online for more details on how to do so.

Planning applications can be viewed at www.goo.gl/Z8lM6n.

Planning applications are then discussed by councillors at meetings of the Banff and Buchan Area Committee before a decision is made, by the councillors, whether to grant planning permission.

The next meeting of the Banff and Buchan Area Committee, where applications previously submitted will be discussed, takes place at Fraserburgh Academy on Tuesday, March 11, at 9:30am.