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Public object to 46 proposed houses

MORE than 40 people have publicly objected to plans to build 46 houses at Lonan Drive in Oban.

The application to build the dwellings in Lonan Drive is currently being considered by Argyll and Bute Council.

The subject was discussed at last week’s Oban Community Council meeting, which has subsequently objected to the plans as a statutory consultee.

Duncan Martin, on behalf of the community council, wrote: ‘The junction between McCaig Road and Soroba Road was already overloaded before the primary campus was built. It is now attempting to carry even more traffic. No further development should be permitted until a solution is found.’

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