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Digital Subscriptions > Arran Banner > 05/05/18 > Facing up to environmental issues on the island

Facing up to environmental issues on the island

Last week the Arran Civic Trust highlighted the unintended consequences of the new ferry terminal. In the second article of the series, the trust this week considers environmental issues facing the island.
Of particular concern, due to rising sea levels, is a stretch of coast between Brodick and Corrie which is vulnerable to flooding and tidal surges. 01_B18civic01
The site at Springbank Farm in Brodick earmarked for the development of aflordable housing. 01_B18civic02

The Arran Civic Trust has a remit to conserve and promote the built and natural environments on Arran. We note with interest the efforts being made by the Arran Economic Group to develop the island in various ways and strongly support the proposals for more affordable housing with appropriate provision, in particular in view of the existing demand for 200 more dwellings of this type.

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