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Nov 17th, 2014

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Updates

I’ve not updated this recently, not because I don’t want to, but because I am really struggling with getting any information about what is going on. This is what I personally know as of today. The National Park planning web site will be updated with any further activity, and there will be a notification generated […]

Oct 30th, 2014

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Landslides

We have had an exciting time in Lochgoilhead of late. Not only has the “Rest and be Thankful” been closed because of rain causing landslides, but we also had an incident on our local Inverlounin road where torrential rain caused a slip on to the road and blocked it for some time, with a digger […]

Oct 3rd, 2014

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Contact Information for Developer

I contacted the Park Planning Officer (Erin Goldie) who was responsible for the case to find out what the next steps are. This was her response. I can confirm that I am still the contact with regard to the Donich Water hydro scheme. A series of planning conditions must be discharged (by the Planning Authority) […]

Oct 3rd, 2014

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Documents from Planning Website

Many of the documents from the original planning application at http://eplanning.lochlomond-trossachs.org/OnlinePlanning/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=MNJWTGSI0AA00 have now been removed. We downloaded them some time ago and are posting them here so they can be referred to as necessary.

Oct 1st, 2014

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Minutes from Community Trust Meeting

A meeting of Loch Goil Community Trust took place on 15th September. These were the details regarding the Hydro Scheme which were posted to the community website. Energy: Peter Clark informed the directors that, he and Elizabeth had received more comprehensive information, facts and figures from the Trust’s legal advisors, financial advisors and the Scottish […]