Tag: planning

Community Asset Transfer Request

Notice has formally been given to Blantyre Residents on 25th May 2022 that Blantyre Victoria Youth Football Club (Vics) have requested a community asset transfer of part of Stonefield Public Park, Blantyre. The request which asks for the proposed lease of the pitch and pavilion at John Street on a year to year basis was […]

Hall Extension & New Carpark

Planning permission has been submitted last month to extend the existing St Joseph’s Church Hall on Glasgow Road, Blantyre and to form additional off-street parking at the rear. The plans which have still to be decided upon by the planning department, include for drop-off spaces for the neighbouring school, accessed via nearby Mayberry Place. A […]

Bardykes Bing Development

A Planning application has been submitted to South Lanarkshire Council to significantly develop part of the former Bardykes Bing at Spittal on the boundary between Halfway and Blantyre. The large area of land, east of Manse Brae and to the west of Priory Bridge is proposed for mixed-use development comprising commerical, leisure, and tourism uses […]

New Homes for High Blantyre

Planning permission for a new small private housing development on Main Street, High Blantyre has been approved in principal by the council.  The development which will be opposite the junction of Auchinraith Road, (on the opposite side of the road from the former care home) will include semi-detached and terraced houses and could potentially accommodate […]

190 New Homes for Manse Brae

A huge new housing development has been given the green light at Manse Brae, Halfway. South Lanarkshire approved the erection of 190 new dwelling houses with associated roads, drainage, landscaping this week on Wednesday 10th November 2021. The expansive site opposite Dalton will see Drumsagard and Halfway edge closer to Blantyre, with the homes to […]

Church Street Flats Get Green Light

Planning has been granted by South Lanarkshire Council for the erection of 20 new cottage flats with associated parking, vehicular access and landscaping at the bottom of Church Street. Site clearance has taken place earlier in the year, the week before lockdown. The decision has been given the green light, a surprising announcement considering the […]

Planning Submitted for New Flats

Planning has been submitted to South Lanarkshire Council for the erection of 20 new cottage flats with associated parking, vehicular access and landscaping at the bottom of Church Street. Some site clearance has taken place already the week before lockdown. The proposals would have an entrance from Church Street with no access from Logan Street. […]