Green light for four new homes

Rutherglen Reformer - - News - Staff re­porter

South La­nark­shire Coun­cil have opened the door for a po­ten­tial res­i­den­tial devel­op­ment in the Cam­bus­lang East ward.

Plan­ning of­fi­cers granted plan­ning per­mis­sion in prin­ci­ple for a devel­op­ment on land at Glen Street in Half­way.

The plans seem to sug­gest four homes could be cre­ated on the land, with two car park­ing spa­ces at each house.

The ap­pli­cant is listed as Mrs H A Clark from Blantyre.

Of­fi­cers agreed the plans would have “no ad­verse im­pact on res­i­den­tial amenity or traf­fic safety,” and that it com­plied with the lo­cal plan.

Per­mis­sion in prin­ci­ple lasts for two years dur­ing which time the devel­op­ment must start, but fur­ther per­mis­sion will need to be granted with re­gards to the plan.

The coun­cil also gave the go ahead for the erec­tion of de­tached garage at flat 1, 5 Lower Bourtree Drive in Burn­side.

The ap­pli­ca­tion was sub­mit­ted by Mr James Phillips.

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