STRATHKINNESS COMMUNITY COUNCIL.
Minutes of Meeting held on Wed 14th October 2015 at 7.30pm in Church Hall.
Minutes of last meeting:-
Superfast Broadband – The Secretary reported that Superfast broadband was now available in Strathkinness and that BT was accepting orders.
Guardbridge Road Closure:-
Leuchars Station Car Park:-
Village Infrastructure and traffic update: Village Speed sign :-
School Cossing lights:-
Long Term Projects:-
Open space at The Glebe:-
It was decided at the meeting of 11th November that the following amendment should be added to the Minutes in place of the first two sentences of the original paragraph.
The Chairman reported that he and the Secretary had held a further meeting with Headon Developments to ascertain the final options for the completion of the site. Headons had subsequently submitted three options for consideration. Option  was for an extended pathway area to the eastern edge of the site. Option  was for a shortened pathway up to Church Road. Option  was to transfer ownership and management of the site to a Glasgow based charitable trust. Option  meant that ownership was to be transferred to the Community Trust with a perpetuity payment of £11608.60, with Option  ownership was to be transferred to the Community Trust with a perpetuity payment of £21,000. Headon Developments offered to increase that payment to £25,000 in an attempt to reach a satisfactory position for all parties. After a lengthy discussion, Councillors unanimously supported the design proposal for Option.
Because the new plan is significantly altered from the original layout approved in 2011, Headon Developments would now submit the amended plan for approval by Fife Council. On final approval, and once all the legal and financial matters have been agreed between the developers and the Community Trust, ownership of the site would pass to the Trust. Headon Developments are also investigating the possibility of providing an electric power point on the site.
Fife Council; Democratic Services:-
Stephen Gethins MP. Letter outlining his proposals for working with Community Councils.
Claremont Wind Farm:-