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Appeal: Access road issues see Balado homes rejected


Permission has been refused for eight dwellings and associated infrastructure including access road, parking and drainage provision in Balado, Scotland, after a reporter ruled that he was not confident that the proposed access road would gain Road Construction Consent (RCC).

Reporter Iain Urquhart noted that the 1.63-hectare appeal site, which now constitutes an open grassed field for the grazing of horses, could be considered a windfall site “particularly as the 2014 Housing Land Audit for the area accepts that some windfall sites may be on greenfield land”.

But Urquhart had a number of concerns relating to whether the proposed access road would be capab.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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