Why this petition matters
Kilrenny is a beautiful conservation village located in the heart of the East Neuk of Fife. It was given conservation status in 1977 in recognition of the special historical and architectural value of the village. Kilrenny’s historic atmosphere and green spaces are beloved by dog walkers, nature lovers, cyclists, tourists, families with young children and everyone who lives here.
A planning application has been submitted to turn the Grade C listed Rennyhill Farm House and Farm Steadings into a wedding venue.
This is the wrong site for a wedding venue, especially one which would negatively impact the historic nature of the conservation village, increase the risk of road accidents and heavy traffic on a single track road and threaten to turn the conservation village into a giant overspill car park. It would bring significant noise pollution (loud music, increased traffic throughout the night and the potential for anti-social behaviour) which will also affect homes in Cellardyke, especially those in March Crescent, Ariel Close, Toll Road and Windmill Road.
The project would irrevocably alter the Grade C Listed Farm House and Steadings and threaten the local habitat for barn owls, bats, endangered birds and other wildlife.
If you love Kilrenny as much as we do, then please sign this petition to make Fife Council aware of the strength of feeling on this issue.
You can also object to the application via email: email@example.com (planning ref 22/01087/FULL) or by submitting objections online using the Fife Council Planning Permission Portal DEADLINE: 18TH MAY 2022
We need strong and ongoing support from the community in order to continue fighting this destructive proposal in the weeks and months ahead.
Together we can save Kilrenny’s historic atmosphere and precious greenspaces for the benefit of present and future generations.