Monthly Archives: July 2013

Massive response to hutting in Scottish Planning Policy consultation

We’ve just heard that there has been 787 consultation responses to the Scottish Government’s proposals on the inclusion of huts in Scottish Planning Policy. An amazing response! Yesterday we had a very positive meeting at Carbeth with people from the … Continue reading

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One day left! Speak up now for hutting in Scotland

You have until 5pm on Tuesday 23rd July to voice your support for hutting in Scotland. For the first time ever, the Scottish Government has proposed that recreational huts should be included in the Scottish Planning Policy – but the … Continue reading

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Just a few days left to show your support for hutting in Scotland

Scotland has a rich cultural history based around simple recreational huts – ranging from bothy culture to the working class hutting movement of the early-mid 20th Century. However, as things stand, simple huts for recreational use are not provided for in … Continue reading

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Ask the Scottish Government to make a thousand huts a reality

Did you know we’ve got a window of opportunity to make huts more available to the people of Scotland? For the first time ever, the Scottish Government has proposed there should be a provision for huts within the Scottish Planning … Continue reading

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