Designation Enquiry / Appeal

Appeal New Slains Castle, Cruden Bay 300023167

This decision is complete.

Summary

Received Date
04/07/2018
Status
Appeal Dismissed
Decision Date
22/10/2018

Related Designations

  1. New Slains Castle, Cruden BayLB52471

    Designation Type
    Listed Building (B)
    Status
    Designated

    https://portal.historicenvironment.scot/designation/LB52471

Documents

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Related Decisions

  1. New Slains Castle, Cruden Bay300023167

    Case Type
    Designation Enquiry
    Status
    Complete

About Designation Appeal

Information in this record is about the appeal status of the designation.

We are responsible for designating listed buildings and scheduled monuments. Where we have decided to designate a listed building or scheduled monument, or to amend an existing designation but the person who owns or occupies the site or monument doesn't agree with the decision, the owner, occupier or tenant can appeal to Scottish Ministers.

Appeals to Scottish Ministers are processed on their behalf by the Planning and Environmental Appeals Division (DPEA). Appeal forms and guidance notes are available at The Planning System in Scotland on the Scottish Government website. The DPEA publishes all information and correspondence relating to appeals on the DPEA website.

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