Land with a Resolution to Grant Full Planning permission for 36 houses
The site measures approx. 1.66 hectares (4.1 acres) and is located on the western edge of Tarland. The site is flat and level and is bordered to the east and south by existing housing, with an open aspect to the west providing views to the Cairngorms National Park. The land immediately to the west is zoned for use as allotments and a community orchard; part of the area is already occupied as a community garden.
General Planning Aberdeenshire Council Planning Committee resolved to Grant Full Planning Permission (Ref: 2011/4027) on 19th February 2013, subject to a S75 Legal Agreement being concluded between the applicant and Council deferring the payment of Planning Gain. This is about to be signed at which stage the Permission will be issued.
The development currently proposes 11 x 4 bed, 7 x 3 bed, and 11 x 2 bed properties in a range of 1 ½ and 2 storey terraced, semidetached and detached designs. 7 affordable houses are also incorporated.
Full details of the Planning Application and Planning Gain package are available on request. Full details of the proposed development are shown on the Councils Planning Portal:
Parties wishing to make their own detailed planning enquiries should contact the Aberdeenshire Council Planning Department.
This property has 4.1 acres of land.
Tarland is located in the Howe of Cromar, between Ballater and Banchory, on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park and Royal Deeside.
In Tarland there are a number of local businesses including a Spar, Post Office, two Hotels with bars and restaurants and a Primary School. The MacRobert Memorial Hall is used for weddings and other local dances and social events.
Steeped in history, the surrounding countryside provides attractive walking and cycling opportunities as well as features of historic and archaeological interest. With easy access to the Cairngorms National Park, further opportunities are close at hand.Read all
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