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Dunbeg school already close to full

DUNBEG Primary School is closer to capacity than council figures suggest, leading to questions over how it can cope with the influx of new houses in the Dunbeg masterplan, writes Sandy Neil.

The ‘statement of intent’, approved in April, envisions 300 new homes built between 2017 and 2022 in the first phase, and 605 overall beyond 2022.

In a door-to-door campaign, Dunbeg residents called for a new, bigger school, as well as safer access at the ‘dangerous’ A85 junction and an upgraded Kirk Road before another brick is laid, reiterated at Dunbeg Community Council on Monday evening.

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