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Stop the 2 new plans on the Great North Road development site

Caroline Fagan
Caroline Fagan Kelty, Scotland
105 Signatures Goal: 1,000


Are you against the new plans that Persimmon homes are proposing at Blairadam Fields and at the top of Seafar Drive?

On the 1st of October the plans for Seafar Drive-Glengask Grove-16 dwellings will have a site visit by planning committee members who will make a decision later that day to grant planning permission or not......

On the Blairadam Fields site, there is a new application for 42 dwellings which will include 12 one bed dwellings 2 bed, 3 bed and 4 bed houses......................closing date for objections is 27th October.

Do you think these plans have been well thought out-are these retrospective plans. have you concerns regarding over crowding and how the infrastructure is currently coping. Are you concerned regarding parking and vehicular access as it is now? Are you dissatisfied regarding the lack of green and safe space our children have currently? Are you concerned that your child may not obtain a council nursery place and that you could be offered a place in cowdenbeath for example. Are the schools at full capacity? Is the Medical practice able to take on more patients without compromising anyone's health?

If you are against all of these plans,sign the petition and more importantly leave a comment!!!

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Highlights

August 5
I would like to say that I would be oblivious to all the drainage problems people are enduring and the very fact that this land in in very close proximity to former mining sites, and as soon as the mines were closed the land was used for landfilling. It is not the lush green farming fields I was led to believe and feel I have been lured into purchasing a property in a private development with a reasonable amount of housing planned. I have no qualms regarding affordable housing but feel I should have been given a choice before completing on my property purchase. I want the plans to be at least scaled back and more consideration given regarding appropriate sized green space where our children can play safely within an eyeshot of their parents and does not disturb neighbouring properties. Kelty is a great place-it is a proud place and why shouldn't it be:)
June 6
We are now live!
  • Caroline Fagan
    Caroline Fagan United Kingdom, Cupar
    Jun 07, 2014
    Jun 07, 2014
    I would like to say that I would be oblivious to all the drainage problems people are enduring and the very fact that this land in in very close proximity to former mining sites, and as soon as the mines were closed the land was used for landfilling. It is not the lush green farming fields I was led to believe and feel I have been lured into purchasing a property in a private development with a reasonable amount of housing planned. I have no qualms regarding affordable housing but feel I should have been given a choice before completing on my property purchase. I want the plans to be at least scaled back and more consideration given regarding appropriate sized green space where our children can play safely within an eyeshot of their parents and does not disturb neighbouring properties. Kelty is a great place-it is a proud place and why shouldn't it be:)
  • Joan Kirkland
    Joan Kirkland United Kingdom, Dundee
    Jun 06, 2014
    Jun 06, 2014
    For far too long kelty has been treated like a poor relation it is about time it received a lot more respect and service from those who are after all servants. Coaltown of Balgonie planning proposal for 27 additional houses they get a full water pressure test. Kelty needs this and all the old water pipes and sewage and drainage connections brought up to date and repaired and investigated as a matter of urgency. Shameful!

  • Asim Azfer
    Asim Azfer United Kingdom, Edinburgh
    Jun 06, 2014
    Jun 06, 2014
    Too much of congestion, the essence of Kelty will fade away..
  • Doreen Cuthbert
    Doreen Cuthbert United Kingdom, Cupar
    Jun 06, 2014
    Jun 06, 2014
    These plans are for the provision of far too many houses, which are totally out of keeping with the existing homes on the development. Most people would prefer that the plans already in place are retained.
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