Ardentinny Trout Farm Proposal – Ways to respond

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  The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) CAR (Controlled Activities Regulations) Licence application for the proposed trout farm in Ardentinny, submitted by Dawnfresh in December 2018, is out for consultation. The consultation period is 28 days and is open to the public to comment.   According to Dawnfresh Environmental Manager, Peter MacDougall, “ The CAR …

Ardentinny Trout Farm Proposal – Community Council Meeting

  An Ardentinny Community Council meeting has been announced to discuss the proposed Dawnfresh Ardentinny Trout Farm which is currently at the Environmental Impact Assessment screening stage (EIA) with Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. An outline leaflet produced by Dawnfresh on the proposed trout farm has been posted on the village notice board. …

Community Council requested to consult local authority on damage compensation and monitoring of radioactive emissions

At Ardentinny Community Council’s April meeting a local resident requested the following action from the Community Council as part of its remit "to help make public bodies aware of the opinions and needs of the community it represents." The request was made in the context of past events at HMNB Clyde and RNAD Coulport. For …

Onshore Renewables – Community Benefit Consultation

In view of the potential onshore renewables projects in Ardentinny which have recently been raised at  Ardentinny Community Council meetings, residents may wish to participate in Argyll and Bute Council’s Community Benefit Consultation. The Council has drawn up a framework for community benefits from onshore renewables which will replace its 2005 policy. You may view …