Crash con­cern at Scone site

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The homes will be built close to Perth Air­port cur­rently has 25,000+ flight move­ments per an­num and air­craft fly low to land and take-off from the air­field.

“I would sug­gest con­sul­ta­tion with the air­port op­er­a­tor and/or the CAA is con­sid­ered dur­ing this process.”

Mean­while in yet an­other fresh twist to the Scone North hous­ing saga, it emerged this week the coun­cil has agreed to ex­tend a pub­lic con­sul­ta­tion con­cern­ing A and J Stephen’s lat­est ap­pli­ca­tion un­til mid-next week.

Scone and District Com­mu­nity Coun­cil posted de­tails of cor­re­spon­dence it re­ceived from PKC con­firm­ing this on so­cial me­dia this week while a spokesper­son also told the PA yes­ter­day the group had been given a even greater win­dow in which to lodge a de­tailed ob­jec­tion to the lat­est ap­pli­ca­tion.

The PA asked the coun­cil this week if air­port op­er­a­tors or the CAA were con­sulted on A and J Stephen’s ini­tial “in-prin­ci­ple” ap­pli­ca­tion for Scone North in light of Mr Frater’s com­ments on the com­pany’s lat­est ap­pli­ca­tion but had not re­ceived a proper re­sponse by the pa­per’s dead­line yes­ter­day.

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