Thanks a million for responding to The Local Development Plan Consultation in April 2019. The report shows the difference local people and groups like Aviemore and Vicinity Community Council speaking up and making their voices heard can make.07.09.2020
Imagine a village hidden in the woods, with a busy high street and people meeting as they go to school and come home from work.
The Highlands Small Communities Trust (HSCHT) has provided An Camas Mòr with guidance on our experience of delivering affordable, cost-effective and secure housing for communities across the Highlands.21.06.2017
Overview of the An Camas Mòr site visit. Thank you to everyone who came along, we really enjoyed meeting you all and hearing your thoughts and questions.20.09.2019
Right now is the most critical time for Aviemore’s future. All who believe in the future of not just Aviemore, but the whole strath need to demonstrate their continued support for this vision, by registering your interest.18.04.2019
MSP Kate Forbes (SNP) hosted an event at the Scottish Parliament on An Camas Mòr for the Cairngorms Business Partnership, Aviemore Community Council and Aviemore Enterprise Company. Gavin Musgrove reporting for The Strathspey and Badenoch Herald.
Show your support and make new homes and businesses ready for 2022.21.04.2019
Many people are concerned that the shortage of housing and the high demand for holiday houses in Badenoch and Strathspey means that people who work locally will not be able to afford a home at An Camas Mòr.11.06.2017
A packed schedule saw David and Louise, architects from Gehl, Copenhagen meet with almost 200 people on their recent trip to An Camas Mòr. David said:
"It's been energising meeting passionate members of the community in and around the Aviemore area."
Different types of home for all the different kinds of households who make a community.
Designed on the principle of creating a good habitat for people and nature, by leaders in the field of sustainable architecture, Gehl, Copenhagen.
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Planning and Professionals
Homes for locals not holiday homes.
River Spey park, playing fields, allotments
Love the idea of 'wedges' (nature corridors)
Connected to nature, back-garden nature reserves
Space for businesses.
Community hall. Aviemore does not have a village hall.
Affordable housing to buy
Jobs, jobs, jobs
Indoor sports centre, ice rink, swimming pool
Sustainable materials, local timber.
The Community Council proposed the Aviemore sister community with a countryside park on both sides of the River Spey in 1987 we have been involved in its design and have supported it ever since.
I’ve grown up here, lived my whole life in Aviemore, my son is at School here, this is where I want to live. Locals are in the same boat with available houses being snapped up, used as holiday homes or allocated to people from outside the area. An Camas Mòr will give us options. Aviemore is expanding, we need houses, we should have a place we are proud to call home with a school, a hospital and lots of public facilities, Let them get on with it!