Tag: Broomfield Place

Today’s Courier

The Courier features an article on the decision by Kingdom Housing Association  to pull the plug on the Broomfield Place / Millburn Place development due to the flood risk. Grab yourself a copy of  The Courier then turn to page 4 to read Cllr MacDiarmid’s and FFAG’s comments. Outstanding journalism by our friends at The

New Houses

There was nothing to report at the Freuchie Community Council meeting earlier this week in relation to the proposed Lomond Group / Kingdom Housing Association development at Broomfield Place / Millburn Place. Only a complex flood prevention solution will solve the flood risk issue at and downstream of the proposed site. Technorati Tags: Broomfield Place,

SEPA Maintains Objection

A follow-up letter from SEPA has maintained their objection to the proposed development at Broomfield Place. To quote from their letter: Thank you for your consultation letter of 5 July 2010. We maintain our objection to this planning application on the grounds of a lack of information in relation to flood risk. We will remove

Planning Comment

A few people have been asking where on the Fife Council website they can make a comment on the Millburn / Broomfield Place development. The link to the planning application is show below: http://planning.fife.gov.uk/online/applicationDetails.do?action=showSummary&caseNo=10/00587/FULL Click on the “Make a Comment” button then fill in the form. Technorati Tags: Broomfield Place, Fife Council, Millburn Place

Flood Risk Assessment

The Flood Risk Assessment (FRA) is now available on the Fife Council Planning website for the proposed Broomfield Place / Millburn Place affordable housing development. Check it out here. First off the community is disappointed that we weren’t consulted on the FRA, especially as FFAG had made a request for local consultation. As a community

Planning Application

Following on from the community council public meeting last week, at which time a large turn out of people expressed their concerns and objections to the Broomfield Place development, we now have the direct link to the planning application on the Fife Council website.  Now is the time for individual residents to comment upon this