01 November 2019

Have your say on Huntly Conservation Area

We are seeking views on what people think about living in the Huntly Conservation Area and your thoughts on the Conservation Area Management Plan.

Conservation areas are designated places of special architectural or historic interest. The management plan provides concise guidance to property owners and their agents, contractors and developers on policies already in place that are used to assess development within a conservation area.

Cllr Peter Argyle, Aberdeenshire Council’s Infrastructure Services Committee chair, said: “The Huntly Conservation Area is likely to be reviewed in future and in advance of this we are seeking views on what it is like to live in the conservation area.

“We are eager to get feedback on the conservation management plan, but we are also asking people to have their say on more general aspects too which will feed into any future reviews.”

To take part in the consultation please visit https://www.aberdeenshire.gov.uk/environment/built-heritage/conservationarea/ or you can email Cheryl Roberts, Aberdeenshire Council’s Environment Planner South (Built Heritage), cheryl.roberts@aberdeenshire.gov.uk.

The deadline for comments is Monday, November 11.