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Disused Ardrishaig depot to be brought back to life

THE former Gleaner Oils site in Ardrishaig is one step closer to being brought back to life as a waterfront community and businesses hub.

Argyll and Bute Council has agreed a payment from its Tarbert and Lochgilphead Regeneration Fund for the scheme.

At its meeting on Friday December 8, members of the council’s policy and resources committee agreed to contribute up to £250,000 to help deliver the first phase of the ambitious project to redevelop the derelict oil site, in partnership with Scottish Canals.

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