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PLANNING
These applications listed below together with other related documents may be inspected
between 09:00-12.30 -13.30-16:00 hrs Monday to Friday at Milton House Milton Avenue
Dunoon PA23 7DU, at the alternative locations detailed below during their normal
opening times or by logging on to the Council’s website at www.argyll-bute.gov.uk.
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
Ref. No. Proposal Site Address Location of Plans
17/01118/PP Erection oftelecommunicationsequipment compound with

30 metre high lattice tower and associated works
Meall Remharr Otter Ferry Argyll And Bute PA21 2DH
Sub Post Office Tighnabruaich 17/01043/PP Installation of 1 modular
building to provide additional office space and 1 no shipping container for
additional storage purposes.
Loch Fyne Oyster Bar And Seafood Shop Cairndow Argyll And Bute PA26 8BL
Here We Are Argyll
Service point
17/01037/PP Use of land for the siting
of shipping containers and associated works (part retrospective)
361 Argyll Street Dunoon Argyll And Bute PA23 7RN
Dunoon Area Office
Written comments can be made to the above address or submitted online http://www.
argyll-bute.gov.uk/planning-and-environment/fi nd-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 confi dential correspondence will not
be considered. A weekly list of all applications can be viewed at all
Area Offi ces, Council Libraries and on the Councils website.
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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