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In the interests of road safety by ensuring that the footway is properly reinstated.

9.

That before the dwellinghouses hereby permitted are occupied the retaining wall to the east of the application site shall be repaired to the satisfaction of the Planning Authority.

In the interests of pedestrian safety by ensuring that the footpath retaining wall is in good

repair.

10.

That before the development hereby permitted starts, full details of the design and location of a pedestrian restraint system above the retaining wall referred to in condition 9 above shall be submitted to, and approved in writing by the Planning Authority, including any modifications as may be required; no dwellinghouse shall be occupied until the approved pedestrian restraint system is erected to the satisfaction of the Planning Authority.

In the interests of pedestrian safety by ensuring that there is adequate protection above the footpath retaining wall.

11.

That notwithstanding the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (General Permitted Development) (Scotland) Order 1992, no development shall take place within the curtilage of the dwellinghouses hereby permitted, other than that expressly authorised by this permission.

To enable the Planning Authority to retain effective control of any further development, in the interests of residential amenity and in view of the small garden sizes.

Application form and plans received 29th June 2005

Letter from Scottish Environment Protection Agency received 22nd July 2005 Letter from Scottish Water received 10th August 2005

Any person wishing to inspect these documents should contact Mr Martin Dean at 01236 616459.

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