Insch is serviced by a railway station and has regular bus services to Huntly and Inverurie with connections to Aberdeen and Inverness
There is a small selection of general and specialist shops, and a post office. There is also a leisure centre with a variety of activities next to which there is an 18 hole golf course. There is also a (greens) bowling club attached to the local library. There are Church of Scotland and Scottish Episcopal churches. There is a health centre, part-time fire station and a community centre.
A number of small playparks are scattered around the village, along with a larger play park and football pitch beside the leisure centre.
Oyne is a small village in rural Aberdeenshire at the bottom of the Bennachie hill. The village is served with a primary school having secondary education at Inverurie Academy and Gordon Schools in Huntly. Grocery shopping is available at Insch with supermarket shopping at Inverurie which is around 8 miles away.
Huntly is a busy north east town with a population of just over 4,000, situated on the main road and rail route between “The Granite City” of Aberdeen and Inverness. Huntly has various leisure amenities including swimming pool, 18 hole golf course, bowling green, cricket ground, and Nordic Ski centre. As well as a wide variety of shopping facilities there are two new supermarkets. The town also has a Health Centre and hospital. Secondary education is available at the well-known Gordon Schools. Primary schooling and Nursery facilities are also available.
Interested parties should make their own enquiries to satisfy themselves as to the cost of the electricity supply.
Interested parties should make their own enquiries to satisfy themselves as to the cost of mains water supply.
Proposed drainage to a septic tank.
PLANNING PERMISSION in PRINCIPLE
A copy of the planning permission in principle is available on request or on Aberdeenshire Council Planning web site reference number APP/2016/1228. Site measures approximately 0.124Ha.