Lomond Group bid to overturn Dundee hotel rejection
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April 1 2011
The firm is at loggerheads with the local authority over the suitability of Lomond’s chosen site to play host to a hotel. Lomond contend that it is the only game in town as far as they’re concerned; the Council claim the area is already saturated with hotels.
This impasse has necessitated the intervention of the Scottish Government who must now arbitrate on the appeal.
Based on a Spitfire’s exhaust vent the aeronautical design is being touted as a “memorable” building but planners are adamant that the developer explain why it has failed to document any evidence of attempting to locate a city centre site.
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