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Dunbeg people have been kept in the dark

Sir, Thank you for letting Dunbeg Community Council and us know about the planning approval for 600 new houses in three phases. Without The Oban Times, we would not have known. The lack of information from Argyll and Bute Council, Link Group and Transport Scotland to our community council and people who live and work in our village in this whole process has been appalling.

Dunbeg Community Council is the only one that went round and found out what residents and people who work in the village want. The message was very clear: no more houses without proper roads, school and other infrastructure. We need to find out the following from councillors, Transport Scotland and Link Group.

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