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For the resident community, all people living in Hayburn Crescent and 93 - 97 Turnberry Road, adjacent to Hayburn Lane in Partickhill, Glasgow.


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Information from the planning officer is that the application will be rejected due to proximity to the wildlife corridor along the railway line

30/9/09

 

Hayburn Lane planning application still not decided.

The developer, Imgaine Project, is in administration and outstanding information that has been requested by the council has not been submitted. Unfortunately there is no time limit for this submission and the planning application is still open.

OBS! Extra General Meeting Wednesday 27/5/09.

Place: Hyndland Secondary School. Time: 19.30

A full agenda can be downloaded here:
Agenda 27/5/09 word doc.

Constitution with proposed change of date for AGM, word doc.

10/5/09

The date for when the planning application for Hayburn Lane will be decided is still not set. The planning officer is awaiting more information and surveys.

You can still send in objections!

Save Hayburn Lane. Object to planning application before 24 April.19/4 Are you intrested in to find out more about the changes in the law regarding Property management:

Public meeting

7.30 pm Tues 21 APRIL 2009 @ Airlie Theatre, Hyndland Secondary School.
Speakers: Ann Fl int Author, The Tenement Handbook, Lorraine MacDonald Property Managers’ Assoc. Scotland, Jamie Millar Property Managers’ Assoc. Scotland. Chairman Ann Laird, Kelvinside Community Council.

All welcome!

19/4 Clan Up day planned for the lane and railway embankment:
25 April 11am - 2pm. Together with Friends of Dyce Park.

3/4 Planning application advertised in local media

Last day for objections:
24 April 2009

25/3 Fund raising!

We are in desperate need to get some funds built up for fighting this professionally. Please donate £5 - £10, which will to pay for the help and advice we are getting. Cash can be deposited with Moira, our treasurer or transfered into HayCRA's account:
Cooperative Bank, Hayburn Crescent Residents' Association
Account, Sort Code - 089299, Account number - 65202115.

25/3 Application validated!

Planning application is validated as from today. It will be announced in local press on Monday and notices should go up in the lane as well. This would mean that the latest official date for objections is the 19th April!

I will let you know if there are any changes.

17/3/09

Planning application not validated yet. When it is validated this will be advertised in local papers with a dead line for objections three weeks after, due to the "development's" location in a Conservation Area.

15/3/09

Sample objection letters uploaded on the website, at Hayburn Lane Info page.

15/3/09

Online petition: Save green space, stop building in Hayburn Lane, Glasgow West End Conservation Area

15/3/09

Petition started! Download from links on the right and get people (who will not send in a letter of objection) to sign!

13/3/09

Material Considerations.
Matters to be taken into account in determining planning applications
(pdf file)

Information leaflet from Planning Aid Scotland on what will be considered when the decision is taken to approve or refuse planning permission.

13/3/09
Planning application ref no: 0900575DC

The planning officer appointed is Andy Dale. His contact details are:
Email: Andy.Dale@DRS.glasgow.gov.uk
Phone: 0141 2878555,

Some residents have not received written notification. Planning are very keen to be advised of anyone not receiving a neighbour notification, especially if they own a section of the lane. (You can find that information in your title deeds on the map.) This could invalidate the whole application. If you know of anyone who has not received a letter, they please advise the planning officer ASAP.

12/3/09
Planning application for the railway embankment and Hayburn Lane

The planning application is now available to view at Development and Regeneration Services, 229 George Street, Glasgow. Phone: 0141 2878555

You can download some photgraphs of the plans in a zip file:
Planning proposal for Hayburn Lane; photos of drawings (1.28MB large file).

There has not yet been any planning officer assigned to the application.

11/3/09

Planning application submitted on the 9 March 2009, on behalf of Imagine Projects Ltd. All neighbours should have received notification about this which includes all properties at Hayburn Crescent and 93 -97 Turnberry Road.

28/11/08

There is an article about the possible planning proposal for Hayburn Lane at the Evening Times Community Website for Partick:

Concerns continue over building plans on Hayburn Lane

According to the article he developers are planning to launch their application within 2-3 weeks.

Evening Times Community Website

3/10/08

Hayburn Lane Update: Planning application not submitted, yet, by Imagine Projects.

The proposed development consisting of 12 mews houses will cover the whole area of the land between Hayburn Lane and the railway fence. This means that all trees, shrubs and greenery on that plot will disappear. The proposed dwellings will have no gardens, but each will have a courtyard, a terrace and a double garage with access from the lane. The plans show a turning point behind no 2 Hayburn Crescent for vehicles and the lane widened to 6m width.

A meeting with the developers took place last week and the plans outlined above were presented. With three representatives from Hayburn Crescent and one from Friends of Glasgow West Conservation Area present, the purpose was to find out as much as possible at this stage, and to inform about the strong opinion against the development that have been expressed so far, by people in the community.

Concerns we raised were in short:

This is by no means all objections that can be raised but a few. The meeting ended with the information that Imagine Projects will hold back a few weeks before they submit the application. We have later learned that the developer has had a pre-planning meeting with the council and there were issues raised then as well.

We don’t have a new date, yet, for when the planning application will be submitted!

In the meantime:

Keep on spreading information about the survey and fill it in, if you haven't done so yet!

Responses to the survey will be submitted to the council as part of Haycra’s representation regarding the planning application and only the council will get your contact details, if you so wish. They need them to be able to respond to your views regarding the planning proposal, otherwise your say will not count. Paper copies can be picked up from Eva Bolander, at 4a Hayburn Crescent and Moira McDade at 7 Hayburn Crescent.

When the planning application is submitted will we have at the most 3 weeks before a decision is made.

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19/9/08
Online Hayburn Lane Survey.

Please complete the survey ASAP!

We are now initially collecting people's opinions regarding the proposed development. Your views will be forwarded to the council and they will be part of our representation to the council. The higher number of responses, the more weight will it carry.

14/9/08
Hayburn Lane Planning Proposal. (Updated 17/9/08)

A letter from a property developer regarding Hayburn Lane has been distributed the last few days and they will submit a planning application for twelve mews houses by the the end of the month. After the planning proposal formally has been submitted to the council, we will have either 14 or 21 days to make representation to the council i. e. to submit our comments to the planning application.

Letter from Imagine Projects Ltd, 12 Sept 2008 ( pdf file).

It is HayCRA's stand that any building activities in the lane will substantially change the ameniety of the area, when it comes to green space, wildlife, privacy and access through the back lane. We will work together with other groups with interest in the area, such as Friends of Dyce Park, and Hayburn Action Group, to make representation on the planning application, but we can not make this formally until it has been submitted and we have seen the application.

It is important that as many as possible make their views countable in this planning decision!!! And we will not have much time after the proposal has been submitted.

Representation on planning applications can be by made by members of the public, formal bodies and associations. Glasgow City Council have a fact sheet 'Have your Say' which you can download here in pdf format:

Have your Say. Advice on how to make comments on a planning application (pdf file).

Can you help?

Have you got experience in planning procedures? Are you familiar med the Glasgow City Plan? Can you help with distributing/collecting letters and information? Do you have the right contacts?

We will need help with making representation against this planning application, and all hands are welcome! Please contact HayCRA on phone 0141 5868725 (Eva Bolander) or 0141 5767007 (Moira McDade).

Action plan

We will have an initial taskforce meeting this week and subsequently distribute information in the closes. If you have expertise knowledge, please get in touch with Eva Bolander, asap.

Updated 21/9/08