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Row breaks out over new berths at Oban North Pier

A PUBLIC row has broken out over the financial impact of publicly- funded pontoons planned for Oban Bay.

Directors of privately-owned Dunstaffnage Marina say Argyll and Bute Council has shifted the goalposts for its planned Oban transit marina.

The directors claim that Oban Bay Marina will potentially be able to host upwards of 80 vessels, rather than the 36 previously proposed, and say the bigger marina threatens its business – putting permanent jobs at risk and is based on ‘childlike’ figures.

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