Scheduled Monument Consent / Consent Application

Melrose Abbey - Cloisters Edge East - To cut back the ground behind the retaining wall300043770

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Summary

Cloisters Edge East - To cut back the ground behind the retaining wall

Application Validated
27/03/2020
Target Date
21/05/2020
Status
Granted Without Conditions
Decision Date
21/05/2020

Related Designations

  1. Melrose AbbeySM90214

    Designation Type
    Scheduled Monument
    Status
    Designated

    https://portal.historicenvironment.scot/designation/SM90214

Documents

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  • Type
    Application
    Title
    SMC Application
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  • Type
    Supplementary Information
    Title
    Drawing: Melrose Abbey: Rebedding of Cloister Edge: East - Plan and Images
    Download
  • Type
    Supplementary Information
    Title
    Drawing: Melrose Abbey: Rebedding of Cloister Edge: East - Location Plan:
    Download
  • Type
    Report on Handling
    Title
    Report on Handling
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  • Type
    Decision Notice
    Title
    Decision Notice
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About Consent Application

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