Cupar which has a population of some 8,500 persons (Source: Fife Council) is one of the principal towns within Fife and is positioned approximately 16 kilometres (10 miles) west of St Andrews, 24 kilometres (15 miles) south east of Dundee and 70 kilometres (44 miles) northwest of Edinburgh.
Cupar is historically a market town and is occupied by a number of local and national businesses. The town sits on the A91 trunk road which links Stirling and St Andrews and benefits from access to the main east coast national rail network linking London and Aberdeen. The town is home to two primary schools and one secondary school as well as Elmwood College.
Cupar Muir is a small settlement on the outskirts of Cupar occupying a peaceful residential location surrounded by rural land. The site sits adjacent to residential property known as ‘County Houses’ between Drum Road and Cupar Road.
The site comprises a regular shaped area of ground extending to approximately 431.93 sq.m. (0.107 acres) or thereby adjacent to residential dwellings.