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Dunbeg residents hit out at lack of infrastructure

ANGRY Dunbeg residents are determined to oppose any new houses being built until there is a new roundabout, school and improvements to roads.

A ‘masterplan’ envisioning 600 new houses between Dunbeg and Ganavan as a ‘gateway’ to Oban was unveiled at a public meeting on Friday January 13.

If endorsed by Argyll and Bute Council, the Dunbeg Corridor Masterplan will allow developers to build ‘a mix of for-sale units and multi-tenure affordable homes’ on vacant land north of the A85 between Dunbeg and Ganavan.Social landlord Link Group set out its vision to expand both by ‘a series of new neighbourhoods’ in a ‘coastal woodland settlement’, to act as a ‘catalyst for ancillary shops, cafes and community uses’ and ‘increase employment opportunities’.

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