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Planning decision: Hyndford Quarry, Lanark

Documentation and correspondence relating to the Hyndford Quarry application in Lanark, case reference NOD-SLS-001. This case is closed.

15 Feb 2016
Planning decision: Hyndford Quarry, Lanark

Status of case: current
Action: under consideration
Action date: 14/07/2017

Scottish Government case reference number: NOD/SLS/001
Planning authority: South Lanarkshire Council
Planning authority case reference number: CL/12/0525

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A decision by ministers is final. However, you may seek an appeal to the Court of Session within 6 weeks of the final decision. The Court of Session cannot change a decision, but it can force Ministers to reconsider one.

The documents attached below relate to a planning permission application for the proposed extension to mineral extraction operations and associated restoration and enhancement works at Hyndford Quarry, Lanark:

  • decision letter granting planning permission in part
  • notification direction letter
  • letter commencing consideration period
  • letter extending consideration period
  • call in letter
  • minute forwarding the case to the directorate for Planning and Environmental Appeals
  • report to Scottish Ministers
  • intentions letter, 07 July 2015
  • supplementary report to Scottish Ministers
  • intentions letter, 15 February 2016

More information

Planning Circular 3 2009: Notification of Planning Applications provides context to the above proposal.

call in letter.pdf

3 page PDF

report to scottish ministers.pdf

183 page PDF



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