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Council finds way to save hut built for disabled family

COUNCILLORS found a way to approve a recreational hut built without permission near Seil’s Bridge over the Atlantic by a Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Argyll for his disabled family. Graham MacQueen’s retrospective planning application drew significant public interest, including 16 objections and 120 expressions of support.

At a packed public hearing in Oban’s Corran Halls on April 5, almost all councillors on the Planning, Protective Services and Licensing Committee (PPSL) supported Mr Mac- Queen’s application, despite the officers’ recommendation it be refused.

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