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The Courier: Lochore Meadows visitor centre planning decision defended

The local authority was accused of breaking rules by allowing an unelected officer rather than councillors to determine its own planning application for the £1m centre which is at the centre of a stooshie.

However, it insisted a change in the law three years ago meant there was no need for the development, classed as local rather than major, to be determined by a committee.

There is anger in the surrounding community at the lack of public consultation over the design of the new building, which has been likened to a prison cell block and is smaller than the one it will replace.

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