After being slammed for not responding to healthcare fears about a housing development in Scone, it has been revealed NHS Tayside was never approached over the matter in the first place.
The first batch of houses at a contentious site on the northern edge of Scone were narrowly signed off by councillors, despite questions over healthcare, pavements and flooding.
Scone Community Council has called for increased communication and co-operation as the Cross Tay Link Road plans take one step closer to fruition.
The first phase of a contentious housing development in the north of Scone has been recommended for approval.
The first in a string of public consultations on the Cross Tay Link Road was held yesterday afternoon at Luncarty Memorial Hall.
The Cross Tay Link Road will not be re-routed, despite growing concern about the health impact on residents at a new housing estate.
An alternative plan for the Cross Tay Link Road could delay the project by 17 months and cost taxpayers an extra £8 million, councillors will be warned next week.
Plans have been submitted for the first phase of a massive housing development on the edge of Perthshire’s biggest village.
Council bosses have been ordered to release an audio recording of a highly controversial planning meeting, after twice refusing requests from a local watchdog group.
Perth is poised for further expansion, with contentious new plans for housing off Glasgow Road.