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In accordance with  Government advice on COVID-19 both Dalmally Community Centre & Portsonachan Hall are closed until further notice.

12 October 2020 | Avoid Crowds | Symptoms Check | Don't Litter
18 November 2020 | Wear a mask | Stay 2m | Wash Hands
12 December 2020 | Stay Safe | Protect Others | Save Lives


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Access to Argyll and Bute (A83) project
11 OPTIONS : Have your say


We are committed to undertaking a fair and transparent development process and as a local stakeholder you are a vital part of that in helping us gather the type of local background information that only those living and working in the area can really understand. Along with the formal feedback on corridor options today, we are also therefore interested in your views on how you would like to be engaged in the process going forward, taking into account the current COVID restrictions, who the key points of contact should be and whether there are any other local groups that you are aware of that will be well placed to be involved in the project. We will use that information to develop our project engagement plan. This is the first of several engagement exercises that will take place between now and Spring 2021 when we expect to identify a preferred route corridor.

The deadline for any comments is Friday 30 October 2020.

Resurfacing works: A85 at Lix Toll west of A827 junction

Sunday 18th October to Friday 23rd October
From 7pm to 5am

Please note that this is the maximum working time frame and hours may be reduced depending on progress each night.
Unfortunately, due to restricted road widths at this location, the A85 will be closed in both directions whilst works are being carried out. This is necessary to ensure the safety of the workforce and members of public. Access for emergency services and public bus services will be maintained at all times. As there is no suitable diversion route, amnesty periods will be provided at 20:00hrs, 21:00hrs, 22:00hrs, 00:00hrs, 02:00hrs and 04:00hrs. Motorists are encouraged to arrive prior to these times to ensure they are accommodated within the amnesty period. During amnesty periods, traffic will be escorted through the site under a 10mph convoy system, once the site supervisor has deemed it safe to do so.

Location plan >>>



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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