North-east biscuit giant’s organisation park plans backed by government
A north-east biscuit giant has been backed by the Scottish Federal government after its plans for a business park were rejected by the council.Dean’s of Huntly has actually now been granted preparing authorization in concept and will have the ability to construct The Ward on the outskirts of the town, surrounding to the A97 Huntly to Banff road.This follows the federal government reversed Aberdeenshire Council’s choice to decline the application.The plan would consist of little company systems to accommodate companies such as lawyers and accountants.The globally-renowned shortbread makers hope the advancement would fix the dearth of workplace area in the town centre
along with parking issues.The authority’s Marr location committee formerly declined the application in the spring due to the fact that it considered the proposal to contravene the regional development plan and other long term strategies.Councillors also said the plan was too big to be thought about a small development, for which the website had actually formerly been earmarked.Last night, Dean’s handling director Bill Dean stated it readied news for the town and the firm intended to begin signing up tenants in the coming months.He said:”There’s no real area on the town periphery that’s committed to little services.”This will have terrific access to the A976 and the town roundabout and will be of terrific advantage to the town.” We will be planning to begin advertising
for services in the coming months. “When we get our first clients and systems operating the potential of the
website will be apparent and from there that will act as a driver for additional advancement.
“The reporter’s choice was based upon the”public benefits of the work potential at the website” and its “relationship to surrounding business development “which bypassed the different council plans.Dean’s likewise wanted to construct 4 houses on the site but this was turned down and the company will now use
this space for more systems.