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Appeal: Housing and retail development approved on former bowling club site

Glen Village, Falkirk

Plans for fifteen 3 and 4 bed villas and a small retail development on the site of a former bowling club in Scotland have been approved. 

The site, comprised of a currently vacant bowling club and a car park used informally for local parking, is surrounded by residential properties on three sides, along with a small local shop and post office. The development proposes turning the bowling club into a 4,000 sq ft retail space, and constructing housing on the land currently used for parking. Local residents have raised a number of c.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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