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Consultation Day about new Tay Cities Deal developments in Invergowrie

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Public event
11 January 2020, 10 am to 4 pm
at James Hutton Institute, Invergowrie
for Invergowrie residents and other interested parties
Projected concept of entrance courtyard, IBH building, Invergowrie

The Institute will hold a Consultation Day on Saturday 11th January 2020 to allow local residents and interested parties to examine plans for the International Barley Hub and Advanced Plant Growth Centre developments at the Institute in Invergowrie, both of which have been supported by the Tay Cities Deal.

This will be a drop-in event that runs from 10:00 am till 4:00 pm where local residents and interested parties will be able to:

  • view plans for the new International Barley Hub and Advanced Plant Growth Centre on the site of the Institute
  • ask questions to the project team about how the development and construction project might affect them, the site or the community
  • air any concerns about the prospective development or about the construction project.

The event is part of the statutory planning process. We look forward to seeing you on the day.

You can also contact the project team on communications@hutton.ac.uk any time until 24 January about the prospective developments if you are not able to make it along on 11th January.


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