Archive for the ‘Industry’ Category
In 2013 -2014 the community around Loch Etive fought long and hard to prevent a new huge fish farm site being added to Loch Etive. The council sadly decided to ignore the community feeling and approved the application. During the process Dawnfresh reduced the size of the site, and assured repeated community questions that they […]
Very hot off the press is the news that the Lorn Arc TIFF project will start with the Oban Airport Business Park and Airport access Improvements. Argyll and Bute Councillors decided today (Thursday 22nd January 2015) that this will the first of the 10 projects to be started by September. Here is some background .. […]
The meeting to consider the Dawnfresh application to put large fishfarms into Loch Etive has been arranged for 29th January at Corran Halls , Oban This is where the Argyll and Bute Councillors will hear the case for this application. If you wrote or emailed a submission to the planning application last year you should […]
TranServ Scotland is planning to close the A828 Connel to Ballachulish road to all traffic at Barcaldine from 8pm to 6am commencing 27th June for around two weeks – excepting weekends. The reason for the closure is to allow resurfacing to take place in the Sutherlandâ€™s Grove area for a distance of 1.3km. The carriageway […]
Is this the largest ship that has sailed into Loch Etive? MV Amanda, a Dutch registered General cargo ship built in 2005, visited Bonawe Quarries last week. Pictures show her passing under Connel Bridge and moored off Achnacree Bay. The Ship was loaded with 1500 tonnes of aggregate for a customer on Mull and as […]
The Loch Etive Integrated Coastal Zone Management Project, put on hold several years ago, will be restarted this year. The first public meeting will be at the Connel Village Hall on Tuesday 26 January 2010, from 7 to 9pm.
Announcement from Ennstone Thistle, Benderloch Quarry. Notice of Crushing Operations Crushing Operations will commence at Benderloch Quarry during week ending 27th November 2009 and will continue for a period of 2 to 3 weeks.