That before the development hereby permitted starts, full details of the facing materials to be used on all external walls and roofs shall be submitted to, and approved in writing by the Planning Authority.
That these details have not yet been submitted and in the interests of visual amenity in
this Green Belt location.
That, notwithstanding the indicative proposals shown on the approved plans,
development hereby permitted starts, full details of the design and location of all boundary fences, walls and planting shall be submitted to, and approved in writing by the Planning Authority. This shall include species-rich hedgerows to the west, north and east of the site.
That these details have not yet been submitted and in the interests of visual amenity and biodiversity in this Green Belt location.
That before the dwellinghouse hereby permitted is first occupied, all the parking and manoeuvring areas shown on the approved plans shall be levelled, properly drained and surfaced to the satisfaction of the Planning Authority, and shall, thereafter, be maintained as parking and manoeuvring areas.
To ensure the provisionof adequate parking facilities within the site.
That no development shall take place within the development site as outlined in red on the approved plan until the developer has secured the implementation of a programme of archaeological works in accordance with a written scheme of investigation which has been submitted by the applicant, agreed by the West of Scotland Archaeology Service, and approved by the Planning Authority. Thereafter the developer shall ensure that the programme of archaeological works is fully implemented and that all recording and recovery of archaeological resources within the development site is undertaken to the satisfaction of the Planning Authority in consultation with the West of Scotland Archaeology Service.
That it is possible that unscheduled archaeological remains may exist in this location which is close to the Antonine Wall.
That the occupation of the dwellinghouse authorised by this permission shall be limited to a person employed full-time locally in agriculture and equine activity, as defined in Section 277 of the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997, or a dependant of such a person residing with himlher or the widow or widower of such a person.
To ensure that the dwelling is occupied in accordance with its requirement for agricultural purposes.
That no trees within or adjoining the application site shall be lopped, topped, felled, or otherwise affected, without the approval in writing of the Planning Authority. If any tree is subsequently agreed for felling, this must be on the basis of the planting of two replacement trees, the details of which must be agreed in writing by the Planning Authority before development proceeds and which must be planted in the next available planting season, with replacement if any tree dies within two years. Before the felling of any tree it must be inspected for bats and Scottish Natural Heritage and the PlanningAuthority informed in writing of the results of this survey.
In the interest of nature conservation and visual amenity in this Green Belt location.