11 Letters of Representation
Advertised on 9th March 2005
That the development hereby permitted shall be started within five years of the date of this permission.
To accord with the provisions of the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997.
That before the development hereby permitted is commenced confirmation shall be supplied that the ground conditions within the site have been remediated in accordance with the report prepared by Goodsons Associates dated October 2004.
To ensure that the site is suitable for the end use.
That before the development hereby permitted starts, full details of all external materials to be used in construction, including walls, roofs, windows, doors, gutters and downpipes, shall be submitted to, and approved in writing by the PlanningAuthority.
To enable the PlanningAuthority to consider these aspects in detail.
That before the development hereby permitted starts, a scheme of landscaping, and boundary treatments, covering the entire development site, shall be submitted to, and approved in writing by the PlanningAuthority and it shall include:-
details of any earth moulding, grass seeding and turfing;
a scheme of tree and shrub planting, incorporating details of the location, number, variety and size of trees and shrubs to be planted;
an indication of all existing trees and hedgerows, plus details of those to be retained, and measures for their protection in the course of development
details of all hard landscaping including samples or specification of all materials and design details of external street furniture, including lighting, and feature elements;
details of the entrance features at Main Street and Quarry Street
details of the phasing of these works. To enable the Planning Authority to consider these aspects in detail.
That within six months of the occupation of the development hereby permitted, all works which are included in the scheme of landscaping and planting, approved under the terms of condition 4 above, shall be completed and any trees, shrubs, or areas of grass which die, are removed, damaged, or become diseased, within 2 years of the completion of the development, shall be replaced within the following year with others of a similar size and species.
In the interests of the visual amenity of the area.
That before the development hereby permitted starts, a management and maintenance scheme shall be submitted to, and approved in writing by the Planning Authority, and it shall include proposals for the continuing care, maintenance and protection of:-
the proposed parking areas;
the proposed external lighting;