If you had, like us, commented on the Airthrey Kerse planning application in the past, you may have received a letter about the next steps in the appeal process. In order to inform their decision on the appeal the Reporter has identified that additional information is required. 

The information required relates to Housing Land Supply and Environmental information on Flood Risk and Transport.  The applicants have been asked to submit these updated Flood Risk Assessments and Transport reports and this could take some time.

A hearing or inquiry session is now being scheduled on the Housing Land Supply aspect, although no dates have yet been set.  This hearing will be open to the Public on a viewing only basis, however submissions can still be made to the Reporter providing it is NEW information.  The Community Council will not be participating in the Housing Land Supply session as we have no new information to contribute.  However, both Bridge of Allan and Causewayhead Community Councils will be participating in relation to the flooding and transportation matters.

All the documents relating to the case can be seen here on the DPEA website