Town and Country Planning

2003-03-14AB101BW-2.09665557.148216AB10 1BWAberdeen CityTSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211,

Aberdeen City Council

Town and Country Planning (Listed Buildings and Buildings in Conservation Areas) (Scotland) Regulations 1987

Notice is hereby given that applications for Listed Building/Conservation Area Consent and for Planning Permission with respect to the undernoted subjects, have been submitted to the Aberdeen City Council.

The applications and relative plans area available for inspection within City Development Services, St Nicholas House, 8th Floor, Broad Street, Aberdeen, during normal office hours, and any representations in connection therewith should be made in writing, to the Head of Physical Development, City Development Services, St Nicholas House, Broad Street, Aberdeen AB10 1BW, within 21 days of this advertisement.

Proposals Requiring Listed Building/Conservation Area Consent

Period for lodging representations - 21 days

6 Carden Place Installation of Carden A3/0332
Aberdeen internal spiral Studios Ltd
(Category ‘A’ Listed stairs
Building within
Conservation Area 4)
50 College Bounds Demolition of Scottish A3/0352
(southeast corner part of existing Water
of garden) stone boundary
Old Aberdeen wall and erection
Aberdeen of new access
(Category ‘B’ Listed gate in connection
Building within with new sewerage
Conservation Area 1) infrastructure
201 Union Street Signage Bank of A3/0368
Aberdeen Scotland/
(Category ‘B’ Listed Halifax
Building within
Conservation Area 2)
662 Holburn Street Refurbishment M & M A3/0377
Aberdeen and change of use Services Ltd
(Category ‘C’(S) of property to
Listed Building) class 4 use with
ancillary class 1 use

(Would Community Councils, Conservation Groups and Societies, applicants and members of the public please note that the Aberdeen City Council as District Planning Authority intend to accept only those representations which have been received within the above period as prescribed in terms of Planning Legislation. Letters of representation will be open to public view, in whole or in summary according to the usual practice of this authority, at the stage when the application is reported to the Planning Committee).

Bob Reid, Head of Physical Development