Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2013
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Picture of reconstructed Beamer light house

Beamer Rock could be going home to Inverkeithing

Restoration Plans

A HISTORIC Fife lighthouse could finally be coming home as part of development plans at Prestonhill Quarry in Inverkeithing.

The famous red and white Beamer Rock Beacon has spent years stuck in storage but developers have high hopes of including it as part of either the Fife Coastal Path or the metal pier structure that sits on the edge of the land.

Prestonhill Quarry - image of quarry with pond in the centre

Back Ground Information

About Prestonhill Quarry

A Royal Burgh in Fife, Inverkeithing is a settlement of around 4,200 people.
Due to its strategic location, on the edge of the Firth of Forth, it has seen significant development changes over time and the surrounding area used to be the mining heartland of Fife.

The name Inverkeithing is said to be derived from the Gaelic with the best explanation according to etymology to mean the entrance of the water into the sea between little hills.

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Proposed Prestonhill Quarry