02 - Apr - 2020

Editorial

Braemar News Group

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Issue 56 - March 2020

 

Photo above: Braemar Brewing Company is born! - see article on page 4

Kindrochit Court Housing...is the working title for the planned development in Tomrichton wood, where the farm buildings currently stand. The project was originally granted planning permission in 2014 for 11 affordable houses and flats. In 2019, a study identified the potential to build up to 15 houses, carefully positioned in the sunniest parts of the site. Braemar Community Limited have now teamed up with Rural Housing Scotland and Sam Foster Architects, who carried out the 2019 survey, to work together to make this long-spoken-about project happen.

Over the next twelve months acquisition of the site will be negotiated, funding for the housing identified and the technical designs for the project developed. Feedback from the community has established a strong desire to create a new road to access the site – minimising the need to use the existing, tight access track.

Architect Sam Foster, now working with Rural Housing Scotland, said: “We are very pleased to be able to continue working with residents and businesses in Braemar to take the findings from the feasibility study to the next stage. The site at Kindrochit Court has enormous potential for high quality, low-carbon, affordable homes to provide secure accommodation to those living and working in the area.”

continues on page 4

Stop Press! Thanks to new volunteers coming forward, the Beaver and Cub sections of the Braemar Scout Group are re-starting in the village. Every Thursday night in Castleton Hall from 4.30pm.

Fantastic news for all the 6-10 year olds in the village who can then progress on into the Scout section.

Inside this issue... Page 2 Community Update Page 3 Pop up Pantry; Braemar Volunteers Page 4 Braemar Brewing; Councillor’s Corner Page 5 Climate Change and the CNP Page 6 Ads Page 7 Braemar Folk - John Macpherson Page 8 Monitoring Bird Life; Invercauld Estate Page 9 Allananquoich Bridge NTS Page 10 St Margaret’s; Golf Club Page 11 Wee Jessie Page 12 /13 Clubs & Societies Page 14 Braemar Castle Page 15 Junior Buzzard Page 16 What’s On

To find out what’s happening in Braemar on a day to day basis check out the Braemar Community Calendar link: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/b/0?cid=YnJhZW1hcmFiZXJkZWVuc2hpcmVAZ21haWwuY29

 

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