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A planning application has finally been lodged for a timber transfer station and slipway at Machrie.

It has been two and a half years since Forestry Enterprise Scotland first raised the prospect of the development on the west coast to take trees from there to the mainland, rather than bringing them across the String Road to Brodick for shipment.

The months and years which have followed have seen the project at the top of the forestry agenda only for it to slide down and then become viable again due to the fluctuating price of timber.

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