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Appeal: Reporter rejects primary school obligation discharge


An application to discharge a planning obligation towards primary education in Aberdeen has been dismissed by a reporter.

Separate planning permissions had been granted for the building of 46 apartments and a three-storey block of low-cost flats. Under the agreement, the landowner must pay £92,000 in tranche payments to ease pressure on a nearby primary school.

The appellant sought the complete removal of this clause on the grounds that other housing development in the catchment had progressed slower t.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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