Planning applications in South Lochaber (week-ending 10th January 2014)

Construction PlansThese are the planning applications received by the Highland Council for the South Lochaber area this week. Please note no decisions have been made on these applications, their acceptance begins the period of consultation before planning officers make a recommendation.

13/04482/OHL

Land 190M South of Roshven House, Glenuig

New 1 Span 33kv spur off pole 326 on the existing ‘Salen to Lochailort’ 33kv line

13/04564/ADV

Coop Foodstore, Tourist Car Park, Old Station Yard Site, Ballachulish

Erection of fascia sign

13/04727/PNO (comments by 24th January)

Ardtornish Estate Office, Ardtornish, Morvern, PA80 5UZ

Erection of forestry-related building

13/04769/FUL (comments by 31st January)

The Knoll, Ardnastrang, Strontian, PH36 4HY

Erection of extension

13/04838/LBC (comments by 7th February)

Tigh-na-Bruaich, Garbhein Road, Kinlochleven, PH50 4SE

Replace sliding sash timber windows, and installation of LPG fired central heating system with internal boiler and external LPG storage tank

13/04840/FUL (comments by 31st January)

Glencoe Mountain Rescue Centre, Glencoe, Ballachulish, PH49 4HW

Single Storey extension

13/04849/FUL (comments by 31st January)

Am Laimhrig, Portuairk, Kilchoan, Acharacle, PH36 4LN

Demolition of existing dwelling and erection of new dwelling

14/00054/FUL (comments by 6th February)

Nether Lochaber Parish Church Hall, Onich

Erection of extension to provide ancillary hall accommodation & storage

You have an opportunity to comment on any application, by following the links above. When doing so you are encouraged to make it clear whether you wish to object to, support or just make general comments regarding the proposals. Planning officers will consider all comments before reaching a final decision. However, they can only consider comments on matters which relate to the land-use of the site.  These are called “Material Planning Considerations” and include:

  • the appearance of the proposal in terms of design/scale
  • siting and materials
  • traffic, parking or access issues
  • residential amenity (noise, overshadowing public rooms, privacy)
  • drainage and infrastructure
  • impact on the natural or built environment.

You can find out more information about commenting on specific planning applications here.

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