Last chance to have your say on proposed local development plan

LIVE Park's Kirsty Sweeney discusses plans with Drymen resident Janette Neil

LIVE Park’s Kirsty Sweeney discusses plans with Drymen resident Janette Neil

DRYMEN people had the chance to speak to the LIVE Park team about the area’s Proposed Local Development Plan at an informal drop-in session earlier this week.

LIVE Park’s Kirsty Sweeney and Thom Ledingham were on hand to answer questions at the Drymen Village Hall session 3pm to 7pm.

A similar session will be held at Balmaha Visitor Centre on Tuesday 16 June where Kirsty and Susan Brooks will be on hand between 3pm and 8pm to chat about the plan on a one-to-one informal basis.

The plans can be viewed online on the LIVE Park website or, for those who don’t have internet access or prefer to read printed versions, copies of the documents can reviewed at Drymen Library or the National Park offices in Balloch. All community council secretaries also have copies of the plan and there us also copy at the Balmaha Visitor Centre.

Susan is keen to encourage people to familiarise themselves with the proposed plan and suggests that those coming along also have a look at the accompanying supplementary guidance specifically for Buchanan (southern part) of the community council area which , she points out, explains in more detail what development is likely to be supported and the general locations for this.

This final consultation period for the plan ends on 29 June, so any comments have to be submitted by that date – all the forms and information on how to comment are available here.

Anyone who can’t manage along to the Balmaha drop-in session and has questions or needs advice can call the LIVE Park team on 01389 722600

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Folks have a chance to discuss the proposed plan at the Drymen drop-in session

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