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Deeside golf resort plans to be approved

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October 27 2011

Deeside golf resort plans to be approved
Plans for a £100m mixed use development of Inchmarlo Golf Course, Aberdeenshire, have been approved by planners following removal of 45 homes from tha previously rejected application.

This was refused on grounds it would lead to the loss of native Scots Pine and Norway Spruce – a vital habitat for red squirrels.

Developer Frank Burnett Ltd is intent on building a 75 room hotel, 80 homes, business units  and leisure facilities on the existing championship course.

Frank Burnett’s chairman, Stan Troup, said: “As we have stated before, we respected the views of the councillors last time, but we were disappointed with the decision.

“During that period, we have addressed a number of matters with specific reference to the various planning issues raised by the council and discussed the same with our professional advisers.

Halliday Fraser Munro are acting as architects for the scheme.

1 Comment

subtle
#1 Posted by subtle on 2 Nov 2011 at 17:10 PM
"Halliday Fraser Munro are acting as architects for the scheme."

....not a very convincing act....

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