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Tiree beach hut saved by appeal

A BEACH hut built by a surfing school at Balevullin on Tiree, due to be demolished after Argyll and Bute Council rejected a retrospective planning application in February, has been reprieved after a twoyear battle by an appeal to the Scottish Government.

Tiree entrepreneur Iona Larg, who runs surfing company Blackhouse Watersports on the island nicknamed ‘the Hawaii of the North’, submitted two retrospective planning applications for two wooden beach huts at Balevullin Beach and at Gott Bay in December 2015. Planning officers recommended refusal as a departure from the Local Development Plan (LDP).

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