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How to Object

There are several ways you can exersice your right to object to the application and there a number of things that can help making your protestation have greater influence.
Firstly, however you decide to express your view, concerns, objections or simply voice a constructive opinion, to whom ever you chose to contact, make sure you keep a copy of it.
It is also a good idea to send a copy of your correspondence to your locally elected representatives; Community Council, Councillor, MSP, MP and even your MEP, and in your covering correspondence make sure you ask for confirmation that they have received it as well as what they intend to do about the content of your communication with them.
CRAG would also be happy to receive a copy in order to accurately gauge and collate the community response.
Click HERE for our details.
Below is a list of the options on how to object.
To have the greatest impact and to be assured that your comments are received, why not take time to utilise them all.
Send your letter direct to
FAO Donald Wilkins

Planning and Building Standards Headquarters
Montrose House
154 Montrose Crescent

not forgetting to also send copies to your elected representatives
Send your fax to South Lanarkshire Council planning department at
01698 455948
Send your email to South Lanarkshire Council planning department at
...not forgetting to also email copies to your elected representatives
South Lanarkshire Council website
(make sure you PRINT the page before clicking on the send button)
If you should have problems with any of the above the telephone number for South Lanarkshire Council planning department is 01698 453608
Please note that the deadline for objections to the new information consultation is
2nd March 2012
  1. Clearly show your address, the date and signature
  2. Make sure your correspondence is legible
  3. Have you expressed your view clearly ie 'I object to the Overburns Farm Quarry, Lamington application CL/11/0305...' etc
  4. and that you require a reply confirming that your correspondence has been received
  5. Make sure you indicate in your correspondence who you have also sent you comments to, and list their names etc
  6. Have you kept a copy of your correspondence for future reference
  7. Make sure the address/es; postal or email, are clear and correct
  8. Don't leave it too late before sending it onto the recipient
CRAG would like to thank you for your continuing support. Every effort; no matter how large or small, all goes to help protecting our environment.

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