Town and Country Planning

2005-06-24TD60SA-2.67388055.577567TD6 0SALocal Government (Access to Information) Act 1985Scottish BordersTSO (The Stationery Office), St Crispins, Duke Street, Norwich, NR3 1PD, 01603 622211,

Town & Country Planning

Scottish Borders Council


Application has been made to the Council for Listed Building Consent for:

Installation of flue, Restaurant, 31 West Port, Selkirk (Ref 05/01123/LBC) (G)

Partial demolition, alterations and extension, 7 & 9 High Street, Ayton (Ref 05/01063/LBC) (D)

External redecoration, Riverside Cottage, Longformacus (Ref 05/01108/LBC) (D)

Formation of french door from window and first floor bedroom window alterations and replacements (Ref 05/01162/LBC) (P)

Redevelopment of existing buildings to create community recycling point in addition to waste transfer station (Ref 05/01166/LBC) (P)

Reinstatement of cupolas and replacement windows, The Bank House, 88 High Street, Coldstream (Ref 05/00811/LBC) (D)

Application has been made to the Council for Conservation Area Consent to Demolish for:

Demolition of workshop, to rear of 33 South Hermitage Street, Newcastleton (Ref 05/01127/CON) (H)

Demolition of garage buildings, Castleview Garage, High Street, Ayton (Ref 05/01120/CON) (D)

Demolition of garage, Burnside Cottage, The Caseway, Cockburnsapth (Ref 05/01115/CON) (D)

The items can be inspected at the office indicated by the letter in brackets after the planning application number, between the hours of 9.00 am and 3.45 pm from Monday to Friday for a period of 21 days from the date of publication of this notice.

(C) = Newtown St Boswells

(D) = Newtown Street, Duns

(G) = 11 Market St, Galashiels

(H) = High Street, Hawick

(P) = Rosetta Road, Peebles

Any representations should be sent in writing to the Head of Development Control, Scottish Borders Council, Newtown St Boswells TD6 0SA and must be received within the period referred to above. Under the Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985, representations may be made available for public inspection.

Brian Frater, Head of Development Control