Cairngorms National Park Authority

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Residents are being invited to submit their views on the next Local Development Plan (LDP) for the Cairngorms National Park. A 15-week consultation has been launched on the Main Issues Report, which sets out the Park Authority's ideas for how things should look in the future.

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A total of 44 new homes for Aviemore have been given the go-ahead by planners with 15 of those being affordable properties. The Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA) planning committee approved two separate applications at its latest meeting last week.

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Planning permission in principle for a new 1,500-home development in the Cairngorms National Park has been extended for a further three years following a Section 42 application to vary a condition of the previously granted consent. Permission was originally granted by the Cairngorms National Park Au

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Plans for a new community to the east of Aviemore are expected to get the final seal of approval from the Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA) this week. Planning Permission in Principle (PPiP) was granted in March 2014 for a new community of 1,500 homes as well as business and community facili

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Sixty new homes are set to be built in the Cairngorms National Park after three separate planning applications were given the go ahead for Grantown-on-Spey. The Cairngorms National Park Authority (CNPA) approved an application from Seafield & Strathspey Estates for a development of 43 plots and

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A legal challenge to the Cairngorms National Park’s Local Plan has been abandoned, paving the way for up to 1,500 homes to be built. The appeal by a group of environmental bodies failed in the courts system twice before the appellants appealed to the UK Supreme Court in 2013, where a hearing date

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