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Major new homes plan being brought forward in Oldmeldrum

By David Porter

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Aberdeenshire based housing developer, Kirkwood Homes Ltd, has submitted a Proposal of Application Notice (PoAN) to Aberdeenshire Council which could see around 164 new homes (25 epr cent being affordable) delivered at Newbarns, Oldmeldrum.

Home proposals will be of a kind similar to those constructed by Kirkwood at Blackdog
Home proposals will be of a kind similar to those constructed by Kirkwood at Blackdog

Kirkwood Homes will be hosting an in person drop in event on June 21 from 3pm-7pm at the Sports Pavilion at Meldrum Pleasure Park in the town where exhibition boards will be on

display and members of the project team will also be on hand to answer questions that members of the local community may have.

Those unable to attend the drop-in session can view the exhibition boards and make comments on the project website, www.kirkwoodconsultations.co.uk/new-barns-oldmeldrum which will go love shortly and importantly also join one of the two live interactive chat sessions (via the project website) that will take place on June 22 between 3.30pm and 6.30pm, and then on July 20 between 3.30pm and 6.30pm.

The exhibition boards will be available to view online on the project website from the 14th June 2022

The period for comments will remain open until August 3.

Commenting on the forthcoming public exhibition Allan Rae, Land Director at Kirkwood said: "At Kirkwood Homes we have always valued the involvement of the local community and other

interested stakeholders in developing our proposals.

"I would encourage anyone with an interest in the proposals to come along to our Public Exhibition, hear about the plans in more detail and importantly provide us with your feedback.

"Or alternatively, view the proposals on our dedicated project website and join one of our two live interactive chat sessions.’’

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