Controversial holiday lodges plan for Ayrshire island to be scrutinised further

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North Ayrshire authority who asked to call in the plan for the College Street site, rather than have it assessed by planning officers under delegated powers.The bid — to build five holiday lodges and reception building, as well as the creation of access and car parking — was lodged in June, by architects Stewart Associates, for Alt Stays Scotland.It has attracted objections, including on the grounds that it deviates from the local plan.Councillor Ferguson, who represents Dalry and West Kilbride, told a meeting of the Planning Committee on Wednesday: "Just in terms of outlining the grounds for the call in on this application, it is an application which will affect the setting of the Cathedral of the Isles in Millport, which is a Category A.

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