St Cyrus Travellers are putting their faith in ‘changing attitudes’ saving them from eviction.
Appeal lodged with Angus Council in desperate bid to keep family together on Kirriemuir Traveller site
Angus Council has been urged to show a 'social conscience' and overturn refusal of an unauthorised caravan site which will 'split up a family'.
Council officers have been accused of behaving in an "irrational and disproportionate" manner after threatening to prosecute a Broughty Ferry couple for felling seven trees in their garden.
Angus Council has turned down a retrospective application to turn land near Kirriemuir into a Travellers site despite a doctor’s plea.
Planning consultant hits out at “ill-informed, discriminatory, unfair and irrational” objectors to Travellers’ site
Objectors against an unauthorised Travellers’ site at St Cyrus have been branded “ill-informed, discriminatory, unfair and irrational”.
Aberdeenshire Council has been told that evicting Travellers from an unauthorised site in St Cyrus would be “inhumane”.
A long-running planning saga involving an Angus Travellers site has taken another twist with a new planning application being lodged.
More details have emerged about ambitious plans for a new £20 million luxury lodge development earmarked for the outskirts of St Andrews.
A decision to refuse planning permission for an unauthorised Travellers’ site in St Cyrus will not be appealed to the Court of Session.