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Welcome to our new Planning page!

All the planning updates and details of any forthcoming community events will be published here providing you with quick access to the latest information.

We have already undergone “Screening” and “Scoping” stages with The Highland Council – and the responses to these have helped develop our plans for the course.

We are delighted to confirm that the Proposal of Application Notice (PAN)  was submitted to The Highland Council on 19 June and has the number: 22/02800/PAN. This represents a key stage in a major planning application. The Highland Council will, in due course, report the PAN to the North Planning Applications Committee. The Community Councils, Local Councillors and MSP’s have also been advised of the PAN.

We have therefore now entered into a 12-week consultation period. This will involve:

  • A letter to all residents within a 500 metre radius of the application site boundary.
  • A consultative exhibition in Embo Community Centre in July, to which all interested parties will be welcome. This exhibition will display the plans in detail and collect questions from attendees.
  • An on-line (Zoom) presentation will be held 4-6 weeks later to present the plans shown in the exhibition and to answer questions raised at the exhibition. Again, all interested parties will be able to log on and ask questions.
  • Both of these consultation exercises will be widely publicised via an advertisement in local press, on this website and via C4C’s social media.

Anyone wishing to make comments during the PAN process should do so directly to us, Communities for Coul, at buildcoul@gmail.com and not to The Highland Council.

As per the normal protocol, any comments sent to The Highland Council will be forwarded straight on to the applicant.

We will let you know when it is time to write with your support to the Council!

This page will be updated regularly with further details as our planning process progresses.

19 June 2022

Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) submitted to Highland Council

This represents a key stage in a major planning application.