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Dumfries House Bridge

Craig Thomas Planning & Economic Development East Ayrshire Council Johnnie Walker Bond 15 Strand Street Kilmarnock KA1 1HU                                                                                  22 December 2015                                                          Ref: 15/0882/PP Dear Mr Thomas, DUMFRIES […]

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Royal High School decision

The City of Edinburgh Council has refused a planning application to refurbish, alter and extend the principal buildings and the pavilions of the former Royal High School at Regent Road Edinburgh.  The reasons given for refusal are:­ 1. The proposal is contrary to Edinburgh City Local Plan Policy Env 4 in respect  of Listed Buildings ­ […]

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Capturing the Past, led by CAVLP Heritage

Press Release   For immediate release – 18 November 2015   SHARE YOUR STORIES AND BRING BACK MEMORIES   Try your hand at archaeology or bring an object related to local history to RSPB Baron’s Haugh and Dalzell Estate on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 November for the launch of a new local archaeological project, […]

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Fishing hut north-west of Dryburgh Mains Farmhouse

Ref: 15/01272/FUL Erection of fishing hut and garage with associated works Thank you for consulting Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage about the above proposals which are likely to have an impact on the Dryburgh Abbey designed landscape. Dryburgh Abbey is included in the Inventory of Gardens and Designed Landscapes in Scotland and therefore assessed by Historic (Environment) […]

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Crichton Conservation Area Character Appraisal

Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage (SGLH) is grateful to have been included in the consultation about the draft of the above document. Having studied the document we would now like to offer the following comments. We welcome the recognition of the Crichton Royal Hospital designed landscape within the document and the protection afforded it through […]

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