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Housing hearing

APPLICATIONS for two Oban housing developments in Glenshellach will go to a discretionary local hearing, Argyll and Bute Council’s planning committee decided last week at Kilmory Castle.

Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA) plans to build 24 affordable flats, in two three-storey blocks of 12, in its final phase of a development west of Catalina Avenue. The application attracted no letters of support and 54 objections, citing the site’s overdevelopment, and the ‘inappropriate’ scale this ‘pair of sentry boxes’ high above other houses. So far, 78 dwellings have been granted permission, bringing the total to 102 – above the 90 units allocated in the Local Development Plan (LDP).

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