5 MARCH 2014NEWS RELEASE No: 16188
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Lochwatch has applied to the National Forest Land Scheme (NFLS) to purchase approximately 2 hectares of land at Kinachreachan on the side of Loch Awe.
Administered by Forestry Commission Scotland, the NFLS gives communities the opportunity to bid to buy or lease national forest land on the basis that it provides increased public benefits.
Lochwatch is a community safety organisation committed to giving clear and concise safety messages to all users of Loch Awe and wish to purchase this land as it presents an ideal location for a land-based lookout.
A 28-day open consultation period is required by the scheme and public comments on any aspect of the proposal are welcome.
Details of the application can be viewed on line at www.forestry.gov.uk/nfls and all comments on the proposals detailed in the application must be submitted by Wednesday 2 April.
Responses and comments should be addressed to Malcolm Wield, Forestry Commission Scotland, Highland Conservancy, 'Woodlands', Fodderty Way, Dingwall, Ross-shire, IV15 9XB or to firstname.lastname@example.org
Forestry Commission Scotland has a policy of making these comments publicly available, unless requested to keep comments confidential.
Notes to Editors
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3. Tha FCS ag obair mar bhuidheann-stiùiridh coilltearachd Riaghaltas na h-Alba agus a' riaghladh nan 660,000 heactairean ann an Oighreachd na Coille Nàiseanta, a' dìonadh, a' cumail smachd air agus a' leudachadh nan coilltean gus buannachdan a thoirt dha coimhearsnachdan, an eaconamaidh agus, ag obair an aghaidh atharrachadh gnàth-shìde. www.forestry.gov.uk/scotland