Lomond Banks

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The team behind Lomond Banks has welcomed an updated positioning statement from SEPA, outlining that it would review its objection should Loch Lomond and the National Park confirm the categorisation of the land as being previously developed.

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The developer behind the proposed £40 million sustainable tourism destination in Balloch has reaffirmed its pledge that the development would provide numerous job opportunities for the local community and beyond, alongside a plethora of economic benefits, should plans be approved.

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The developer behind the proposed £40 million tourism destination in Balloch has delivered a legally binding promise to the Loch Lomond National Park Authority that contractually obliges the company to deliver on the various commitments that its representatives made to the local communit

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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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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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Green MSP Ross Greer has pledged to set the record for any planning application in Scottish history by pledging to deliver at least 50,000 objections to the relaunch of plans for a development on the banks of Loch Lomond. The £30 million development, named Lomond Banks, aims to transform an ar

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The masterplan for a new £30 million tourism investment at the foot of Loch Lomond has been submitted to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. The development, named Lomond Banks, will transform an area of Balloch currently marked for tourism development in the local plan.

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