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Proposal for houses at site of former Macduff dairy


By Kyle Ritchie

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Plans have been lodged to demolish former dairy buildings at Macduff and build four homes on the land.

Banff-based firm Carraig Homes has submitted the proposal for the site behind 74 Duff Street.

The work would see the derelict facility, which has lain empty for many years, levelled and two blocks of semi-detached houses constructed.

The land is situated on the corner of Garden Street and Duff Street.

The former dairy facility at Macduff has lain empty for many years.
The former dairy facility at Macduff has lain empty for many years.

The agent, GP Waypoint Design of Elgin, said in the application that the dairy site was in a "ruinous and dangerous" state.

The plans show that the proposed homes will be two-storey and have three bedrooms.

Each house would have a drive for parking and a private access roadway and footpath would be created.

The application will now be assessed by Aberdeenshire Council's planning department.

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