Morris Leslie that operates as a plant machinery company has unveiled proposals for a leisure-led development worth £33.8m. It is planned in the Perthshire area for West Kinfauns, where Morris Leslie has its headquarters.
The plan reveals lodge-style cabins, a four-star hotel, and a museum telling the story of transport and vehicles over the last century. This is probably with a focus on the impact of those from Scotland on this and more specifically the local area.
Perth & Kinross Council has received a proposal of application notice (PAN), noting the intent of Morris Leslie to submit a planning application following a minimum 12-week period of consultation.
However, the site location has been identified as Perth’s proposed park and ride, which has planning consent. Once there’s approval from the council, the intention is to incorporate this into the development.
People can know how vehicles have evolved and the impact of Scots on this sector, as portrayed by the museum. Famous personalities such as William Davidson (co-founder of Harley Davidson), David Buick (founder of Buick), and Preston Watson might be displayed.