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Fish farm would hurt Kintyre tourism and quality of life


It is depressing that Marine Harvest (MH) does not spend as much energy and money finding an appropriate local brownfield site for its gigantic onshore hatchery as it does in coming up with reasons to pillage the beautiful and irreplaceable Gauldrons from the local community.

MH says MACC is not suitable because it has no control over future development, though if it got permission to destroy the Gauldrons, there would be nothing to stop any other developer calling dibs on the remainder of that bay, citing the warehouse as precedent for further industrialisation of our precious wild coast.

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