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Digital Subscriptions > Campbeltown Courier > 29 July 2016 > Could camouflage paint obscure factory buildings?

Could camouflage paint obscure factory buildings?


If I might be allowed the indulgence of yet another letter – not this time about the proposed Lossit fish farm, though linked – I have only now seen George Sharp’s July 1 letter on that subject, in which he writes that he ‘is not aware of any objections to the huge white constructions which house [the wind turbine factory] and can be seen from nearly everywhere.’

I am certainly not diverting energy to opposing this, but I am certainly frequently struck by how needlessly obtrusive these structures are on account of their white paint.

Of course this is a developing industrial zone - making excellent use of what has been typically ugly defence infrastructure – and I wish it all success in expanding and providing employment opportunities, not least in aquaculture.

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