Comment posted £6million for next generation community buy outs – ‘Britain’s new radicals’ by newsroom.
Talk to Tayvallich quickly – and contact Community Land Scotland at once.
Depending on when the auction is, you may be able to register an interest in time to halt that process.
newsroom also commented
- It is still in progress.
- Thanks, Scott, That rings a bell.
- Thank you for the correction. Was there a filling station that had been part of the businsss that was bought by the community?
- Thanks for the Dick Gaughan link – new to me but an intriguingly different version from the Billy Bragg one which is the first and only version I’d previously heard.
Recent comments by newsroom
- Insights for Argyll and the Isles in CalMac’s annual carrying figures
We too were certain there would be more intelligent service schedule this year and are as disappointed as you are – angry even, at the wasted opportunity.
We do not know with whom the ‘community consultation’ took place but, for a start, it is inconceivable that Campbeltown’s local councillors would not have been party to any discussions.
- Oban Councillor raises issue of closure of town’s only play park
Major league congratulations to the Oban Common Good Fund.
Getting a return of around 5% these days is good going.
How do they do it?
- Jock Dempster: hell and healing – two voyages to Murmansk
Mrs Strachan, we’re sorry to have to tell you that Jock Dempster died at the start of May 2013.
If you contact the helpful and knowledgeable staff at the Russian Arctic Convoy Museum project at Loch Ewe – via their website – http://www.russianarcticconvoymuseum.co.uk/wp/ – they will be able to help you.
- Oban South and the Isles to ready for by-election as Councillor Hall stands down
We have had it confirmed by Councillor McCuish that he does not intend to stand in the by-election in Oban South and the Isles.
Here’s a thought.
Supposing Councillors McCuish and Devon did stand down for re-election in this ward….
That would leave this large and sprawling ward [which includes Tiree and Coll out in the Atlantic] for eight weeks or so – in the sole charge of Councillor Alastair MacDougall from Mull [and an alarm clock}.
- A83 9th March: slope stabilisation work underway at Rest and Be Thankful
The emergency diversion route is always available to the emergency services, even when it is closed to other traffic.
It has been engineered with strategic lay-bys to allow both emergency vehicles and convoy traffic to use, snabling the fastest passage through by emergency services, even when a convoy is on the route.
During the working up period of the road, we watched a test usage scenario with convoy traffic going one way and emergency vehicles going the other way.
It seemed to work efficiently on that occasion, with discussions going on between both parties at appropriate points of conjunction.
The communications between the convoy leader and the emergency servces are obviuosly important.
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