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Edinbarnet Saved

Clydebelt objected to and Clydebank District Council refused permission for an ugly extension to Edinbarnet House which would destroy valuable features of this listed building in the Green Belt.

Clydebelt took part in the Public Inquiry hearing the owner's appeal on 16th March 1993, and persuaded the Reporter that the owners should rebuild the former roof space rather than have their extension.

Later the Nursing Home owners applied for permission to build a different extension, which was granted in 1994.

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