Stonehaven development plan goes on display
Aberdeenshire Council’s proposed local development plan for Stonehaven and the surrounding area has been put out to consultation with the local community.
The blueprints outlining future development - which could include up to 110 homes at Carron Den, up to 205 homes at Ury Estate East Lodge, and a supermarket at Spurryhillock - went on public display yesterday.
A series of drop-in events across the region are being planned by the council to give local residents and developers the chance to submit feedback on the draft plan.
Piers Blaxter, Aberdeenshire Council planning policy team leader, told the Press & Journal there were “no major developments” in the pipeline, adding: “There are no real surprises for communities such as Stonehaven”.