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Liaison Committee Seen As Useful Control Device
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News from the liaison committee is hard to source.

Fife Council have no public record of any of the meetings that have taken place, although they seem to be keeping an internal record - so much for ‘keeping lines of communication open.’

Information unearthed, so far :-

Extract from St Andrews Community Council Draft Minutes - June 2000 for approval

Frances Melville reported that the May meeting had involved a visit to the site to look at the coastal path and the Site of Special Scientific Interest. Trying to persuade the developers that proper presentation of these would be an attraction to Kingask. Archie Strachan called for Community Council to give every support to the liaison committee over the coastal path, which was backed by Frank Riddell who pointed out that it is a right-of-way.

Extract from St Andrews Community Council Draft Minutes - May 2000 for approval

Archie Strachan asked if there was any information coming from the Liaison Committee. As neither Frances Melville nor Chris Young were present to report this is to be included on the June agenda.


Liaison Committee for Kingask development   more

The Citizen, 24 Mar 2000

A move to make sure lines of communication are kept open between the local community and St Andrews Bay Development Ltd is set to be approved by Fife Council.

Residents to have say on Kingask   more

Michael Alexander, The Courier, 18 Mar 2000

The £50 million hotel, golf and leisure complex being constructed at Kingask, near St Andrews, seems to have hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons over the past 18 months.

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