Plans for the next phase of a 600-home development in Fraserburgh will be shared in an online consultation.
The coronavirus pandemic has blocked efforts to stage an in-person event, but Colaren Homes says it is vital it hear people’s thought on the next 130 homes to be built at its Kirkton Heights development, just off the town’s bypass near Boothby Road.
A month-long virtual consultation event will share details of the proposed house sizes, community facilities, employment land, green spaces and path networks.
The firm’s land director, Gary Purves, said: “We are drawing up plans for the next phase of our award-winning Kirkton Heights development in Fraserburgh.
“In the coming weeks we will be holding a public consultation so local people can help to shape it.
“We had initially planned to hold a public exhibition, but due to the current situation with regards to public gatherings we now intend to hold an online consultation instead.
“The plans will be published on our website in due course and members of the public will be invited to give us feedback before we submit a planning application early next year.”
The Fraserburgh housebuilder’s overall scheme was approved by Aberdeenshire Council in 2016 and the first residents moved into the 120-home first phase of the build in July 2017 – a decade after the 600-home complex was first conceived.