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Plans for link road on island approved

A LINK road connecting two communities on Kerrera came a step closer last week, when Argyll and Bute Council agreed to design it, if a local group bid for the £500,000 cost to build it.

The six-mile-long island opposite Oban is home to more than 30 residents in two communities in the north and south, each linked to the mainland by ferries at Gallanach and Oban’s North Pier, but only linked to each other by a dirt track. A communityled initiative aims to provide a road connecting the two settlements, which could expand the island’s population.

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