NO NEW CAGES AT ETIVE 6

Argyll and Bute Council refuses Dawnfresh application to expand fish farm

At the Public Hearing in Oban on Wednesday 24th February, Argyll and Bute Council refused Dawnfresh’s application to expand its fish farm at Sailean Ruadh (Etive 6). A victory for the our loyal members, the local community and all who love this special place.

Heartfelt thanks to everyone who objected and particular thanks to all who attended the Public Hearing.

A very special mention to Ronnie Campbell, Margaret Adams (Convenor, Ardchattan Community Council), Nigel Bloor and MacIain and Maggie Service who spoke passionately on behalf of all of us who want to protect Loch Etive from increasing industrialisation.

To everyone who has yet to join us, can we extend an invitation to become a member of FoLE. Membership is still free. Just click on the “Become a member” link above or below. If you are already a member please encourage your partners, family and friends to join us. There is still much work to do but we will only trouble you when we need you help.

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Numbers really do matter when opposing these plans to industrialise Loch Etive! We are sure that Dawnfresh will continue with a series of planning applications in the near future so we will remain vigilant and keep you informed.

TOGETHER WE CAN PROTECT LOCH ETIVE, NOW, AND FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS