Appeal against creation of new Speyside village begins
The latest chapter in a bid to stop a new village being built in the middle of the Cairngorms National Park began in the Court of Session in Edinburgh yesterday.
Construction of 1,500 homes on a 200-acre site at An Camas Mor, across the River Spey from Aviemore, was the subject of a legal challenge to the park authority’s local planning blueprint by campaigners.
That was rejected by Court of Session judge Lord Glennie last year, but now the group have appealed his decision before three judges and the case opened yesterday.
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