Plans have been submitted to build seven new houses, comprising two terraces, in Oban
In a bid to reverse one of Scotland’s biggest population declines, Argyll and Bute Council has approved plans to turn Coll and Tiree into pilot ‘repopulation zones’ which, if successful, will be rolled out across the region
The council set up the Business Hardship Fund with over £500k of Holyrood funding to help businesses affected by the covid pandemic – but some were too late to benefit
One pilot claims Argyll is losing tourism income due to Oban Airport’s ‘restrictive’ 9am to 5.45pm office hours.
Public urged to get behind bid for Oban city status
Each session online will last approximately one hour and include presentations by a wide selection of groups including The Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), schools, ALIEnergy, Wreckspeditions Dive Charters Ltd, Time for Change Argyll, and the Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust.