A long-running planning saga involving an Angus Travellers site has taken another twist with a new planning application being lodged.
Objectors have been left “surprised” at the low cost to the public purse of a heavily-delayed investigation into the St Cyrus Travellers saga.
Progress to tackle the discrimination experienced by the gypsy traveller community in Scotland has stagnated, MSPs have heard.
Aberdeenshire Council chiefs have warned a government planning ruling may not signal the end of the illegal North Esk Travellers camp at St Cyrus.
A former head teacher has warned the education of children living in an unauthorised Travellers site in St Cyrus must not be compromised.
“No cherry picking will be tolerated” – St Cyrus residents warning to council after latest Travellers site drama
An objector who has been at the heart of the local battle against the St Cyrus Travellers development has told Aberdeenshire Council "no cherry picking will be tolerated".
A decision to refuse planning permission for an unauthorised Travellers’ site in St Cyrus will not be appealed to the Court of Session.
Sir, – It seems that Murdo Fraser MSP is just the latest in a series of politicians who over the years have pleaded for something to be done over illegal Travellers’ encampments (October 16).
A group of Travellers who have occupied land on the outskirts of Perth claim they have “nowhere else to go” and have called on the council to build them a site.
A bid to permanently remove an illegal Travellers’ encampment in Perth has failed, prompting calls for new powers for councils to tackle the issue.