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Dunfermline Heritage Quarter Campaign

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Dunfermline Heritage Quarter Campaign is a residents' action group. It was formed to raise public awareness of our local Council's decision to approve planning permission for a new build development within the Heritage Quarter of the Ancient Capital City of Dunfermline. The campaign is to overturn the Council's decision and prevent the loss of this world famous skyline. The proposed new build does not comply with planning guidelines, but is still in the process of approval. Dunfermline is recognised as an Ancient Capital of Scotland. The Heritage Quarter encompasses the 11th Century Abbey, Monastery, Royal Palace and the birth place of Andrew Carnegie. For more information regarding Dunfermline's heritage, please click on the link on the right hand side menu. Please feel free to forward this to anyone who could support our campaign. The next Council Meeting takes place on the 11th February so sign up now. Thank you for your support

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    Alexander Stirling United Kingdom
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    ron.allan United Kingdom
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    Mary Stirling United Kingdom
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    S Reid United Kingdom
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    Sarah-Louise Robertson United Kingdom
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    jan black United Kingdom
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    eddie black United Kingdom
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    linda muir United Kingdom
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    Liz Gunn United Kingdom
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    Brenda Kucharzewski United Kingdom
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    Margaret Stewart United Kingdom
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    Derek Stewart United Kingdom
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    Dani United Kingdom
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    Euan Stewart United Kingdom
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    Karen A Mackenzie United Kingdom
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