FoSH Public Meeting : 15 April 2019, 5pm

FoSH will hold a public meeting on Monday 15 April from 5pm-6.30pm at The Savoy Park Hotel, 16 Racecourse Rd, Ayr KA7 2UT at which Patrick Lorimer FRIAS, FoSH Chair, & former Chair, Rob Close, will present FoSH’s response to the planning application lodged by Edesign Architecture & Planning for the restoration + conversion of Seafield House into 10 apartments & the building of 27 new homes in the grounds, plus associated landscape design, which features tree belt thinning & replanting & the Sir William Arrol Memorial Garden.

FoSH will make public its support for the application, which will be given with the proviso that the Seafield House restoration & conversion into apartments is complete before the last five new homes are built in the grounds.

FoSH is pleased that Robin Ghosh, Director, edesign architecture & planning & econstruct design & build will attend to answer questions, together with Patrick Lorimer FRIAS, FoSH Chair, & former Chair, Rob Close.

Following the presentation & Q&A, FoSH Committee Member & Arrol relative Kirsty Menzies will give an update on FoSH research into Sir William Arrol

5pm Presentation of FoSH Response to Edesign Architecture & Planning’s Lodging of Seafield House Planning Application

 5.30pm Q&A

 6.15pm FoSH Update on Sir William Arrol Research

Tea/coffee will be served + a collection taken to cover the cost of room hire & refreshments

The application has not yet been uploaded to the Council’s planning portal https://publicaccess.south-ayrshire.gov.uk/online-applications/
FoSH will update this web post once the application is live.

Would those planning to attend to please email info@friends-of-seafield-house.org.uk or telephone/text FoSH Secretary, Lianne Hackett, on 07796466384, giving your name, address & contact telephone number in any email/text.

 

 

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