The area next to Andrews Antennas is to be developed for housing and is included in the consultation being held online (link published at the end of the article). Consultation ends on the 20th July 2011. The area to be developed is detailed below and is marked on the Google Map further down the page.

Extract – Pages 76 – 77

Lochgelly East (overview)

  1. Two pipelines cross the site wayleaves over both pipelines must be left free of development to allow for access – 7m wide along the NGL pipeline corridor and 10ft wide along the Natural Gas SGN pipeline corridor. Development within the pipeline consultation zone must comply with the Health and Safety Executive’s PADHI guidelines.
  2. The main accesses into the site are taken from The Avenue. The first principal access into site should be be positioned so that development can occur between B9149 and the NGL wayleave and a frontage can be formed at the prominent south western corner of the site. The location of further accesses will be determined through detailed layouts. To the south of the site, the buildings must front onto the Avenue particularly at the western end.
  3. There is the potential to establish visible secondary frontages within the site by utilising the wayleaves as vistas.
  4. The building that faces the roundabout at the south western corner of the site must be designed to reflect its prominent location. Development at this corner of the site must not prejudice a potential reconfiguration of the roundabout in the future.
  5. Both tree belts that traverse the site and the pockets of trees in the far south west corner of the site should be retained and repaired (although access points can be taken into the site along this boundary
  6. Linkages to the rest of Lochgelly are very important for the site, two pedestrian routes are identified to the west of the site, and the more northenly route is the more important of these two as it will provide a direct link to the town centre. This route should be provided as a minimum.

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The map below has the basic areas marked concerning the proposed developments of Lochgelly, you can zoom in and out of the affected areas and view the map as a satellite view or as a normal map. Over the next few days we will add more details to the map.


View Changing Face of Lochgelly in a larger map

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Consultation

If you want to leave feedback to Fife Council and particpate in the public consultation you need to visit and register your details on FifeDirect: http://www.fifedirect.org.uk/lochgellyguidance. If you have any enquiries regarding the consultation you can contact Alison Wood on 08451 555 555 (extension) 442 668.

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