Planning decision: Loudon Castle, East Ayrshire

Planning proposal relating to the Loudon Castle application in East Ayrshire (ref. CIN-EAY-001). This case is closed.

Status of case: closed
Action: planning permission refused
Action date: 01/02/2019

Scottish Government case reference number: CIN-EAY-001
Planning authority: East Ayrshire Council
Planning authority case reference number: 15/0676/PPP

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The attached documents relate to a planning permission application for the proposed large scale mixed use leisure and tourism development at Loudon Castle, East Ayrshire:

  • call in letter

More information

Planning Circular 3 2009: Notification of Planning Applications provides context to the above proposal.

CIN-EAY-001: Call in letter.pdf
CIN-EAY-001: Report to Scottish Ministers
CIN-EAY-001: Letter refusing planning permission



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