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Council decides access road must
The Courier, 9 October 1999
Fife Council has made it clear that an unauthorised access
road serving the new £50 million Kingask golf and leisure development
near St Andrews should be closed off in the meantime.
Kingask access is accident waiting to happen -
Gordon Berry, The Courier, 5 October 1999
Claims were made yesterday that road safety problems are
being caused at the site of the new £50 million Kingask development near
St Andrews due to the use of a new and so far unauthorised access road.
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Road to close because of lorry
The Courier, 19 July 2000
A Fife councillor has strongly criticised the local
authority as controversy over heavy goods vehicle movements at the £50
million resort development at Kingask has once more surfaced.
Ming raps Kingask agreement more
St Andrews Citizen, 10 March 2000
North East Fife Liberal Democrat MP, Menzies Campbell, has
criticised the latest development in the Kingask affair.
Agreement over Kingask traffic more
The Citizen, 3 March 2000
Fife Council have reached an agreement with St Andrews Bay
Development Ltd. over construction traffic serving the Kingask golf and hotel
Council criticised over Kingask
The Courier, 3 March 2000
Fife Councils handling of the latest controversy to
hit the £50 million Kingask complex near St Andrews yesterday came in for
blistering criticism from North East Fife MP Menzies Campbell.
Council backs down over lorries
Gordon Berry, The Courier, 2 March 2000
The threat of legal action against developers behind the new
£50 million resort complex at Kingask faded last night with news that
Fife Council has bowed to pressure for an increase in construction vehicle
Council may take action over
The Citizen, 26 February 2000
Fife Council have fired a warning shot across the bows of St
Andrews Bay Development Ltd., for breaching agreed levels of construction
traffic travelling to and from the Kingask site.
Councillor in call for Lamond Drive lorry
The Courier, 25 February 2000
Fears have been voiced that schoolchildren are facing
increasing danger from the number of heavy construction vehicles running
through a residential area of St Andrews to and from the £50 million
golf-related development at Kingask.
Kingask: Court action possible more
Michael Alexander & Gordon Berry, The Courier, 23 Feb
A member of the administration of Fife Council has repeated
the claim that the local authority is prepared to take legal action to control
the number of construction lorries entering and leaving the site of the
£50 million Kingask development near St Andrews.
Appeal for legal action over Kingask
The Courier, 22 Feb 2000
A leading North East Fife councillor has renewed her appeal
for legal action over the number of construction lorries entering and leaving
the site of the £50 million Kingask development near St Andrews.
More criticism of Kingask
The Courier, 21 February 2000
Protests from Fife Council over the actions of developers
who have abused the terms of a legal agreement about construction
traffic on the Kingask scheme have a hollow ring", claims North East Fife
MP Menzies Campbell.
Call for court action to halt
Gordon Berry, The Courier, 19 Feb 2000
Fife Council should take immediate court action to force the
developers behind the £50 million resort and golf course complex at
Kingask to abide by the terms of a legal agreement which governs the number of
construction lorries using the site.
Council may take action on
The Courier, 18 Feb 2000
Fife Council is set to take the Kingask developers to court
unless they abide by an agreement restricting the number of movements of heavy
lorries in the St Andrews area.
Kingask construction site traffic to
The Citizen, 28 January 2000
There was a further twist in the Kingask saga this week when
Fife Councils Strategic Development Committee voted to double the amount
of construction traffic travelling daily to and from the site.
Kingask rumbles more
Editorial, The Courier, 26 January 2000
Planning processes need to be fair. That may sound so
obvious as to barely need restating, but sometimes these things can fade by
MP queries Kingask process more
Gordon Berry, The Courier, 26 January 2000
Fife Council's administration has been accused by MP and QC
Menzies Campbell of undermining the planning process during the
latest twist in the debate over the highly controversial development at
Kingask, near St Andrews.
Number of lorries working at Kingask to
The Courier, 25 January 2000
A highly controversial bid to double the number of heavy
goods vehicles heading to a £50 million, golf, leisure and conference
development at Kingask near St Andrews, has been granted by Fife Council - but
Kingask developers under fire more
Gordon Berry, The Courier, 22 January 2000
A leading member of the administration of Fife Council
yesterday hit out at developers behind the highly controversial £50
million hotel, golf, conference and leisure development at Kingask, near St
Kingask site vehicles concerns more
Gordon Berry, The Courier, 22 December 1999
Concern has been raised over the movement of construction
vehicles at the site of the controversial £50 million hotel, golf,
conference and leisure development at Kingask, near St Andrews.
Residents express lorry traffic
Rosemary Dewar, East Fife Mail, 1 December 1999
Villagers living along a route being used by lorries
servicing a multi-million pound development in St Andrews fear for their
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