Perth-based developer A&J Stephen has submitted plans for the second phase of a 700-house development in Scone. The application, first submitted to Perth & Kinross Council on April 9, details plans to construct 58 new homes on the H29 North Scone site.
Perth-based housebuilder A&J Stephen has announced plans to build a development of up to 85 homes near Pitlochry. The agricultural Port-naCraig site on the south side of the River Tummel would be connected to the town with new infrastructure for vehicles and pedestrians if approved.
Perth-based housebuilder A&J Stephen has warned it expects to lose money in the current financial year due to delays in development sites coming forward. The family firm, which currently has developments in Perth, Glenfarg, Inverness and the outskirts of Aberdeen, trebled its profits last year.
A&J Stephen has submitted plans for the first phase of a housing development on the edge of Scone. The developer wants to build the first 42 homes on the west side of the Scone North site, which will eventually be home to 700 new properties.
Perth and Kinross Council has granted permission to build 700 new homes in Scone. Councillors voted to grant planning permission in principal for the Scone North project despite more than 900 objections being lodged over concerns including traffic and pollution.