URGENT, fish farm threat
The above is a panoramic view of the area under threat.
The following is from the scottishboating.blogspot.com/
There is an application to put an enourmous fish farm across half of Cuan Sound, with intention to have 100's of kilowatts of lighting, seal scarers and licence to kill nearby seals.
The site in the middle of Seil Sound has great environmental and scenic value and historical importance. The threat comes from a proposed 2500 tonne biomass salmon farm with a substantial grey concrete feeding and servicing barge, interfering with a run much used by sea trout and other wild fish and blocking more than half of the navigable channel, as the part of the Sound left open contains extremely hazardous unmarked rocks.
The good news is that to date about 350 people have found the time to register their objections on the Argyll & Bute Council website and THERE'S STILL TIME. It's been confirmed that the official time limit for comments on the proposal is 4 August and comments can be registered by clicking here:-