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Argyll & Bute Core Paths Plan – your opportunity for further comment

Argyll and Bute Council are giving anyone with an interest in proposed core path designations in the area the opportunity to provide any further comments they have on proposed core paths routes which have one or more outstanding objections. 

All disputed routes will be passed to the Scottish Government Reporters’ Unit later this year for resolution through the local inquiry process.  This further consultation is not part of the official consultation process and does not replace any work that will be done as part of the local inquiry.  It simply gives those affected by a possible change to a proposed core path or paths the opportunity to make their interest and views known so that these can be taken into account.

Please click on the attachment below to see Argyll & Bute Council’s letter containing a link to online maps and response forms.  This non-statutory consultation ends 25 June 2012.

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