Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Authority

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As plans continue to develop for Lomond Banks at Woodbank and West Riverside in Balloch, the team behind the proposed new tourist development have been encouraged by the level of engagement from members of the public, during the first round of public consultations. Hosting the first of two extended

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The team behind the proposed new Lomond Banks tourist development in Balloch is hosting a series of online consultation events over the coming months to share its vision and gather feedback on its latest proposals for the area. In the first of two extended consultation periods, the consultation port

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Flamingo Land has submitted a Proposal of Application (PAN) notice for its new revised plans to build a £40 million tourist destination in Balloch and appointed a dedicated community engagement lead to help smooth the process. The theme park operator returned to its proposed development&n

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A £22.3 million project to remove 31 transmission towers from Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park has been given the green light by Ofgem. The project, which is part of SSEN Transmission’s VISTA (Visual Impact of Scottish Transmission Assets) scheme, will see the remova

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Dunbritton Housing Association has won the Rural and Islands Housing Association Forum (RIHAF) Development of the Year Award for 2019. This award was made in recognition of Dunbritton’s most recent rural development of 26 social housing properties at Bruce Court, Succoth in the village of

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Fifty new affordable homes are to be built in Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park after plans were given approval by the National Park Authority. The homes will be built on land at Claish Farm in Callander, one of the most expensive areas to buy a home in Scotland, and managed and owned by

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Housebuilder Mactaggart & Mickel has secured approval for 88 new family homes in Drymen, of which a significant number will be affordable properties for rent and possibly sale.

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Developers behind the proposed £30 million tourist destination on the banks of Loch Lomond have said that investment into the natural environment will be a key element of their plans. The vision for the development, which will be called Lomond Banks, is to transform Balloch into “the tru

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