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Residents grill GFG boss over alloy factory impact

CONCERNS over housing, transport and schools were in the spotlight on Monday night as residents in the Kilmallie area grilled the head of GFG Alliance’s estate and public officials about the impact of the new alloy wheels factory to be built in Fort William.

Almost 40 people attended a special Kilmallie Community Council (KCC) meeting to pose questions to Duncan Mackison, chief executive officer of Jahama Highland Estates, the property arm of GFG Alliance, which owns the Lochaber smelter.

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