- Kevin RobertsonStirling Council - Head of Planning
- Jane Brooks-BurnettStirling Council - Case Officer
- Peter MorganStirling Council - Chief Planning Officer
Stop attempting to destroy the Greenbelt at Park of Keir and comply with the terms of the s.75 that was signed by the same applicant back in 2004
Park of Keir, located between Bridge of Allan and Dunblane is an historic area of parkland, a greenbelt between the two villages centuries old. Now Judy Murray, Duncan King and Colin Montgomerie are attempting to gain planning permission to build an initial 100+ executive houses.
The site has already been subject to two public enquiries (1991/2 and 2004) at a massive cost to the public purse, the last in 2004 resulted in a section 75 being signed by Duncan King's company K W Properties Limited, name changed 8th Jan 2014 to D King Properties (Scotland) Limited. The agreement is basically designed to protect the green belt and whilst allowing an hotel and golf course was very specific in that housing would not be allowed at any time in the future thereby not just protecting the green belt but also the roman road which runs through the park.
Now King, Murray and Montgomerie want to us to forget about the massive cost to the public purse and have applied to build an initial tranche of 100 houses coupled with some un-needed sports facilities in the middle of the country, thereby destroying the greenbelt for ever, line their pockets financially for what gain other than their own. Please join the petition.
and help stop the destruction of the green belt in this Area of Great Landscape Value (report of the public local inquiry P/PP/75/96/CC/24)
- Stirling Council - Head of Planning
- Stirling Council - Case Officer
- Stirling Council - Chief Planning Officer
Stop destroying the Greenbelt at Park of Keir and agree with the terms of the section 75 that Duncan King signed in 2004
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