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Local Development Plan
A Reporter has been appointed by the Scottish Government to assess a number of proposed development sites in Strathaven and Glassford. Information on these sites can be found at the DPEA website. Strathaven and Glassford Community Council has provided responses to the Reporter on a number of sites including the East Overton Extension, the site at Glasgow Road and a site in Glassford.
Strathaven and Glassford Community Council ran a consultation on a proposal to change the traffic priorities at the Common Green. Specifically the proposal is to make Bridge Street one-way leaving the Common Green and Wellbrae one-way into the Common Green.
The consultation resulted in a significant response, with the results sent to SLC in late January 2020 ahead of a further transport liaison meeting due within the next few weeks.
With the Kype Muir Windfarm now operational and the Kype Muir Community Fund live since June 26th, we welcome applications for eligible projects. We would suggest that in advance of an application you discuss the project with a member of the Community council. Applications will be reviewed against the Community Consultation Summary Document and Action Plan. Click here to download a copy. The process starts with completion of an ‘Expression of Interest Form’. This can be downloaded by clicking this link: Kype-Muir-Expression-of-Interest-Form. To access the application on the County Durham Community Fund website follow this link.
The Community Council Micro Grant Scheme is also now live and groups or individuals can apply for up to £500 to support eligible projects or activities. Click here to download the application form, or here for the Micro Grant Guidelines.
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Our next meeting is on Tuesday February 25th 2020 at 7pm in Avondale Community Wing. All members of the public are welcome to attend.
The minutes from the November 2019 meeting have been posted on the Minutes page of this website following approval at the January meeting.