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Town & Country Planning

Development Management

Procedure (Scotland)

Regulations 2013

These application(s) may be examined online at

http://www.lochlomond-trossachs.org or at our Headquarters,

Carrochan, Carrochan Road, Balloch, G83 8EG, Tel: 01389 722024,

between Mon-Fri 8.30am to 4:30pm.

Written representations may be submitted through our online comments

facility, by email to planning@lochlomond-trossachs.org or by post to

the above address, within 21 days of 17 August 2018.

2018/0230/DET: Lochwood House, Lochgoilhead, Cairndow PA24 8AE:

Change of use from dwelling house (Class 9) to guest house (Class 7);

including 2 self-catering and two en-suite bedrooms.

lochlomond-trossachs.org

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Argyll and Bute Council

Councillor Jim Findlay

(E.W. 8 Isle of Bute)

Councillor Findlay will be holding a

surgery on Saturday 25th August 2018

in the Green Tree Room, Moat Centre,

Stuart Street, Rothesay from 10.15am

to 11.30am.

He can be contacted by email - jim.

findlay@argyll-bute.gov.uk and

by telephone 01700 501342

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Argyll and Bute Council

PLANNING

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT

PROCEDURE (SCOTLAND) REGULATIONS 2013 REGULATION 20(1)

ADVERT STATEMENT

TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (SCOTLAND) ACT 1997 (AS AMENDED),

RELATED PLANNING (LISTED BUILDINGS AND CONSERVATION AREAS)

(SCOTLAND) ACT 1997

These applications listed below may be inspected between 09:00-12.30 -13.30-16:00 hrs

Monday to Friday at Milton House Milton Avenue Dunoon PA23 7DU, your Local Customer

Service Point and by logging on to the Council’s website at www.argyll-bute.gov.uk.

Ref. No. Proposal Site Address

18/01606/PP Formation of bellmouth and 468 metres

of forest road to facilitate harvesting

operations

Land Opposite Auchnagarron

Glendaruel Colintraive

Argyll And Bute

18/01516/PP Erection of wind farm compromising

7 wind turbines with a maximum tip

height of 136.5m with associated

infrastructure and 4 borrow pits

Ardtaraig Wind Farm 3.1Km

To The East Of Glendaruel And

Approx 15Km West Of Dunoon

Loch Striven Argyll And Bute

18/01433/MFF Siting of 250 trestles for oyster farming Black Harbour Land West Of

Ardmarnock Farm Kilfinan

Tighnabruaich Argyll And Bute

18/01245/PP Erection of 2 timber footbridges Land North West Of Kilfinan

Community Forest Office

Tighnabruaich Argyll And Bute

Written comments can be made to the above address or submitted online http://www.

argyll-bute.gov.uk/planning-and-environment/find-and-comment-planning-applications

within 21 days of this advert. Please quote the reference number in any correspondence.

Any letter of representation the Council receives is considered a public document and will

be published on our website. Anonymous or marked confidential correspondence will not

be considered. A weekly list of all applications can be viewed at all Area Offices, Council

Libraries and on the Councils website.

THE TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT)

(SCOTLAND) REGULATIONS 2011 (IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE

TRANSITIONAL ARRANGEMENTS DETAILED IN THE TOWN AND

COUNTRY PLANNING (ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT) (SCOTLAND)

REGULATIONS 2017)

NOTICE UNDER REGULATION 18

Planning Application Reference Number: 18/01516/PP

Proposed development at: Ardtaraig Wind Farm, 3.1Km To The East Of Glendaruel And

Approx 15Km West Of Dunoon, Loch Striven, Argyll And Bute

Notice is hereby given that an Environmental Statement has been submitted to Argyll and

Bute Council by Ardtaraig Windfarm Ltd relating to the planning application in respect of

Erection of wind farm compromising 7 wind turbines with a maximum tip height of

136.5m with associated infrastructure and 4 borrow pits

A copy of the Environmental Statement and the associated planning application may be

inspected during office hours in the register of planning applications kept by the Planning

Authority, at 1A Manse Brae, Lochgilphead, PA31 8RD or by logging on to the Council’s

Website www.argyll-bute.gov.uk and going through the Planning Application information

system during the period of 28 days beginning with the date of this notice.

Copies of the Non Technical Summary and a DVD comprising the entire ES in adobe pdf

format may be obtained free of charge. Paper copies of the ES may be obtained at a cost

of £700 + P&P. Please email the Applicant at info@ardtaraigwindfarm.co.uk or write to

Freepost Infinergy Ltd (no further details or stamps required). The applicants address is

Infinergy Ltd, 93 Constitution Street, Edinburgh, EH6 7AE.

Any person who wishes to make representations to Argyll and Bute Council about

the Environmental Statement should make them in writing within that period to –

Planning Services, Development and Infrastructure, Argyll and Bute Council,

1A Manse Brae Lochgilphead PA31 8RD.

Arlene Knox, Senior Planning Officer

To find out more about living and working in Argyll & Bute visit us at:

www.argyll-bute.gov.uk

Comhairle Earra – Ghàidheal agus Bhòid

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Modern Apprenticeship in Horticulture

Two Year Fixed Term Contract, based at

Benmore Botanic Garden

Starting Salary £16,900 (Band A) plus Civil

Service pension and other benefits

The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh has an exciting

opportunity for a Modern Apprentice to work and train

in our garden at Benmore, near Dunoon, Argyll. This post

is being sponsored by The Cruach Trust and The John

Younger Trust.

As this is a Modern Apprenticeship scheme, applicants

must be aged between 16 and 19 years old. The

successful applicant will be offered a two year modern

apprenticeship. This will include on the job training and

you will have to attend SRUC (Scotland’s Rural College)

Oatridge campus in West Lothian on a block release

basis to work towards an SVQ Level 2 in Horticulture.

As part of the placement, you will learn all aspects of

horticulture, spending time in all areas of the garden.

Details on how to apply can be found on our website at

http://www.rbge.org.uk/about-us/vacanciesApplications

must be received no later than 12pm on Friday, 31 August

2018. A selection day will be carried out in September

with the successful applicant starting their modern

apprenticeship later that month. Block release at SRUC

Oatridge will start late autumn.

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KILMUN YOUNGER HALL

FLEA MARKET

Saturday 18th AUGUST

Stallholders entry 12 noon

PUBLIC ENTRY 1pm

Please call Rosemary (01369) 840793

CONFIRMATION IS REQUIRED ENTRANCE FEE 50p

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COWAL DOG TRAINING CLUB

REGISTRATION FOR NEW TERM

MONDAY 20th AUGUS T

at 6.30pm

Dog Training Hall

49 Hunter Street, Kirn

Classes for dogs of all ages

and abilities

Specialist puppy classes

Enquiries: Agnes 01369 705143

or Cathy 07732 776727

Find us on Facebook

http://www.spanglefish.com/

CowalDogTrainingClub

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The Hollies Dental Practice

are looking for a motivated,

experienced full-time receptionist

for our busy Dental Practice.

Please send your CV to:

Mrs J. Whitelaw, Office Manager,

The Hollies Dental Practice,

143 Alexandra Parade,

Dunoon PA23 8AW.

Previous applicants need

not apply.

Closing date: 24/08/18

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DUNARG SCHOOL FOR DOGS

KC Listed

REGISTRATION

(No Dogs)

WEDNESday

29th AU GUST

Community Assoc. Hall

George St. Hunter’s Quay

Pups: 6.30pm

Adult Dogs: 7pm

Contact (01369) 704455

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COWAL GAMES SCOTTISH

COUNTRY DANCE

TO BE HELD IN HIGH KIRK CHURCH HALL,

HANOVER STREET, DUNOON

On TUESDAY 21st AUGUST AT 7.30pm

Cowal Scottish Country Dance Club will host the above

dance for the enjoyment of visitors and local dancers during

Cowal Games Week and the programme will consist of

well known Scottish Country Dances. A light supper will

be available at the interval and the cost for a sociable and

friendly evening is only £5pp. So dust off your dancing shoes

and join us for a memorable evening of dance.

The Club would also like to remind members that the new

season’s dancing will commence on Thursday 6th September

at 7pm in the Senior Citizens’ Hall in Alfred Street.

We are looking forward to welcoming all members back

and would be very pleased to see new members join us.

Perhaps you used to enjoy Scottish Country Dancing but for

whatever reason have not done so recently and would like

the opportunity to get back to an evening of social dancing.

We try to have a varied programme of old and new dances

all introduced by our own members. Why not give it a try!

If you have any queries our Secretary can be

contacted on (01369) 705587

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