TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE) (SCOTLAND) REGULATIONS 2013 (AS AMENDED) Notice of Pre-Application Consultation (PAC) to be published in a local newspaper under regulation 7(2)Notice ID: HAD1868308
TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE) (SCOTLAND) REGULATIONS 2013 (AS AMENDED) Notice of Pre-Application Consultation (PAC) to be published in a local newspaper under regulation 7(2)
Stonepack Ltd, the Applicant, hereby gives notice of a Pre-Application Consultation (PAC) to be undertaken in advance of the submission of a planning application to Scottish Borders Council for the formation and operation of a sand and gravel quarry at Slipperfield, West Linton. In accordance with the Regulations, a public consultation is being undertaken by Dalgleish Associates Ltd (DAL), planning and environmental consultants. Details of the proposal are available for viewing online on DAL's website (
). It is proposed to undertake a live and interactive web-based consultation on Tuesday 20th October 2020 between 6pm and 8pm. A link to the interactive consultation will be placed on the DAL website 48 hours prior to the meeting. Any parties who wish to participate but are unable to take part in the organised event should contact DAL and alternative provision shall be made.
Further information in respect of the proposal may be obtained by mail from ?algleish Associates Ltd, 1 Sinclairs Street, Dunblane, FK15 0AH, Agents for the Applicant, by telephone on 01786 822339 or by email to
. Comments on the proposal may also be made to Dalgleish Associates Ltd by mail, telephone or email; such comments should be received no later than Tuesday 24th November 2020. Dalgleish Associates Ltd will answer any queries raised.
Please note that this is a pre-application consultation and that any comments made at this stage should be directed to the Applicant, through DAL, and will be considered in the finalisation of the planning application. It should also be noted that comments made to the Applicant are not representations to the Planning Authority. When the Applicant submits the planning application to Scottish Borders Council there will be an opportunity for interested parties to view the finalised proposals and to make representations to the Planning Authority at that time._