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Re: Lift Developments in Scotland
Date Posted: 07.13hrs on Mon 13 Apr 15
Hi steely tail - I should have mentioned that the smaller Mar Lodge T-Bar also ended up at Glenshee and the area it served became known as Claybokie as a result - just like the Poma as you say. Anyhow, this T-Bar was removed in about 2003.

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Re: Lift Developments in Scotland
Date Posted: 12.42hrs on Tue 14 Apr 15
This just dropped into my inbox:

Dear Sir/Madam

Errection of Drag Ski Tow in Corrie Pollach, Glencoe Mountain Ski Centre AT White Corries Ski Centre, Kingshouse, Glencoe, Ballachulish, PH49 4HZ

I refer to your letter of representation concerning the above application.

It has been decided to GRANT the above application using delegated powers.

A copy of the decision is available online using the application number 15/00515/FUL at the link below.

Alternatively, this can be viewed at your local planning office.

Thank you for your contribution to this application.

Yours faithfully

Allan Todd

Area Planning Manager - South
(Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey & Lochaber)

Congratulations to the Glencoe team!

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Re: Lift Developments in Scotland
Date Posted: 07.33hrs on Wed 15 Apr 15
Interesting to note that the planning permission comes with the condition that the towers have to be painted dark grey.

Good news though, look forward to using it next year. Next application... the Plateau Chairlift?
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