Pentland Home Stables, Damhead, has been given planning permission for 4 chalets on a grazing discipline on the website by Midlothian Council planners.
Applicant Robert Newbould informed planners that the vacation lets could be half of the present livery enterprise at Pentland Lodge.
In his software for planning permission he mentioned: “The ability is to be an extension of the livery steady providing services for households wishing to convey their horses for coaching programs.”
Planning officers authorized the plans after receiving no objections.
They mentioned early considerations which have been raised throughout a pre-application interval over the dimensions and design of the cabins had been addressed by the applicant.
Recommending the plans for approval officers of the proposal: “It’s sited and designed to respect its setting and is situated in an unobtrusive method throughout the rural panorama and is nicely situated when it comes to the strategic highway community and maximises public transport entry.
They usually added: “The event pertains to a longtime rural entity and will facilitate better viability of the present livery enterprise.”
Pentland Home Stables, which is owned by Constance Newbould – herself a aggressive and endurance rider, describes itself on its web site as a small and unique livery yard located just one mile south of the Edinburgh Metropolis Bypass.