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31 August 2021 | Keep Alert - we beat this thing together


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roadworks.png Roadworks on the A82 and A85 Tues 26th Oct - 26th Nov 


Road Closure Type A – It will be necessary to close the road at the above sites between 20:00hrs and 05:00hrs each night. A signed diversion route, as per the enclosed plans, will be in place via the A82, A828 and A85 adding an additional 30 miles / 40 minutes to the journey for road users. There is a height restriction on the A828 at Connel Bridge of 4.2m (13’9”). Vehicles exceeding this height should advance to the closure points where they will be stacked until the road is reopened again. Amnesties will be in operation at the following times: 21:00hrs, 22:00hrs, 00:00hrs, 02:00hrs and 04:00hrs. Access for emergency services will be maintained at all times

 A85 Closure DIVERSION >>>  A85 Location Plan >>>    INFO Letter >>>

A82 Closure DIVERSION >>>  A82  Location Plan >>>   A82 Location Plan II



Further to the meeting with the Community v SSEN . . .


How to Register for SLL Gift Card - Business Engagement Document >>

FAQ: Scotland Loves Local Gift Card >>


Now available to see online or download pdf at 

Thank you to all who took part in delivery, answering the questions - sorry to anyone who may not have had their form collected.

roadw.jpg A82 Tyndrum : Footway improvements

between Pine Trees Leisure Park and the Green Welly Stop. Mon 13th Sept to Fri 29th Oct 7am-7pm (each day- no works currently planned for the weekends). 

 The road and footway will remain open. However, as a result of limited road widths through the sections, it will be necessary for a traffic management system incorporating temporary traffic signals with lane closures, and footway diversion, to be implemented to ensure the safety of our road workers, road users, cyclists and pedestrians.





PLEASE : Read the GLENORCHY & INNISHAIL Community Council response to the current SSEN 'consultation'

G&I Response download here

Thank you





Coronavirus : daily data for Scotland >>>

Coronavirus in Scotland : Information & Support >>>






Power company will explore putting cables underground 

PRESS & JOURNAL Thurs 3rd May

'our continued commitment to seriously consider undergrounding' - Is at least a change in tone to the last visit by SSE when some villagers were told to compare their situation to that of a person living next to Manchester Airport.

SSEN's Monstrous Proposal for More Pylons Dissecting Dalmally >>> 

 Michael Russell MSP LETTER OF OBJECTION to SSE Pylon Proposal >>>l



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