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CHAP Group tables plans for 1,500 home Kincluny Village

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December 9 2015

CHAP Group tables plans for 1,500 home Kincluny Village
CHAP Group has submitted plans for a 1,500 home development at Kincluny Village, Aberdeenshire, on the site of an existing quarry near Drumoak.

Centred on a village square the estate will seek to emulate the local vernacular of Deeside villages with shops and cafes, a community hub, possible school, sports facilities and health centre.

Extensive amenity space including a loch and parkland formed from a bowl shaped depression left behind by mining with landscaping work set to be carried out to the Durris Burn including the formation of new timber footbridges to open up new pedestrian access.

Douglas Thomson, joint managing director of CHAP Group, said: “Over the last four years we have sought to carefully design a new village that places great importance on the unique setting of the site as well as respect the character of the area.”

The latest plans follow an initial consultation held by Halliday Fraser Munro back in 2011 where concerns were raised about the impact on the existing village of Drumoak.
Residents will benefit from views across a newly formed loch
Residents will benefit from views across a newly formed loch
The masterplan includes a mix of low and medium density housing as well as an enterprise park
The masterplan includes a mix of low and medium density housing as well as an enterprise park

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