The final design proposals for the public realm improvements to Ardrishaig North are now ready to view.
An on-line consultation will run from Friday 12 February until Friday 26 February at www.ardrishaig.net/.
This project is part of the Tarbert and Lochgilphead Regeneration Fund that was set up by Argyll and Bute Council to make important public spaces in Mid Argyll more attractive and easier to use.
This project aims to create appealing spaces around the Ardrishaig North Hall and waterfront that will encourage residents and visitors to spend time in and enjoy. Part of the plan is to improve walking, cycling and scooting links between Ardrishaig waterfront and the Crinan Canal tow path.
Funding for the project comes from the council’s Tarbert and Lochgilphead Regeneration Fund and Transport Scotland through the Sustrans Places for Everyone programme.
The drawings that can be viewed on-line are the final design proposals which bring together ideas from the previous public consultations that have taken place over the past two years. This final consultation will give everyone an opportunity to view the proposals before a planning application is submitted in the coming months. If you do not have access to the internet please contact Douglas Grierson on 01546 604228.
Policy lead for Business, Regeneration and Commercial Development, Councillor Alastair Redman, said: “Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to offer suggestions on proposals to get us this far. Ardrishaig, like all our seaside towns, has fantastic potential as a great place to live, work and visit. This investment will further enhance its attractions and bring tourism and business development to the area as we work to grow our economy and our population.”