Saturday, 18 September 2010

Nairn Town Centre Development Brief to go before Planning CommitteeWednesday 22 September 2010 at 10.30am

Extract from Planning Committee Agenda item 12:

There is circulated Report No. ped-77-10 dated 7 September 2010 by the Director of Planning and Development providing Members with details of a Draft Nairn Town Centre Development Brief intended to update the Council’s planning policy for that part of the town that includes the Co-op/Somerfield supermarket and adjoining land, to be the basis for public consultation over a 4 week period.

The Committee is asked to:

i. approve the contents of Appendix 1 to the report as a Draft Nairn Town
Centre Development Brief;
ii. agree that public consultation comprise one public meeting (a special Nairn
Ward Forum advertised via the local press), preceded by an afternoon
“drop in” exhibition, held during a 4 week period for written comment,
with relevant community councils and landowners also sent a consultee
copy; and
iii. note that the results of the consultation process will be reported back to
Committee for Members’ consideration of amendments and final approval of
the Brief.

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UPDATE 22 09 2010

The text below comes from the Highland Council web pages. Do you think that this will be the 'special ward forum meeting'? why not use the on-line form to get in contact with the Council if you are a resident of Nairn

Nairn Ward Forum

Next Meeting:

Date and Time: Wednesday 29 September 2010 at 7.00 pm

Venue: The Chamber, The Court House, High Street, Nairn

Theme: to be advised

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