The public are set to have their say on controversial plans for a second housing estate on the outskirts of a Fife village.
Residents in Cairneyhill will have the chance to view proposals to build 150 new homes at Pitdinnie Farm when they go on show to the public later this month.
Developer Avant Homes is holding a digital community consultation to provide residents with further information on the plans.
A Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) was submitted to Fife Council in August 2020, highlighting the intent to lodge a planning bid.
The online consultation follows the temporary suspension of public events for major applications by the Scottish Government due to Covid-19.
People will be able to register opinions on the proposal, which will be taken into account by the developer before a revised plan is brought back for public scrutiny in December.
Avant Homes wants to build around 150 new properties ranging from three to five-bedrooms. This would include family and affordable housing which will form phase two of its residential development at Pitdinnie Road.
Phase one, which consisted of around 100 news homes, was approved by Fife Council in 2015 despite attracting more than 200 letters of objection.
Cairneyhill Community Council intends to oppose the proposal due to concerns regarding potential flooding and drainage issues at the site, as well as the future impact on transport and local services such as schools and GPs.
A follow up event, taking into account and detailing any revisions to the original proposal, will be presented to the public for further comment at a second event in December.
The plans will be available to view from 9am on Thursday, November 19 and a digital consultation event will take place that same day from 3.30pm to 6.30pm. For more information go to https://cairneyhill.scot/ or email email@example.com