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Resort's planning bid deferred

Consideration of the planning application for the second phase of development at Aviemore Highland Resort has been deferred.

The item was removed from the agenda on the eve of the December meeting of the Cairngorms National Park Authority's planning committee.

This was after a neighbouring landowner said he had not been served the appropriate legal notice.

The application is now expected to be considered in January.

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