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The Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology (STUA) submitted a request to purchase 4 hectares of land including the Dalerb car park and picnic site at Loch Tay. STUA proposed to secure the long-term future of the Scottish Crannog Centre by relocating to Dalerb, including a main building built to modern museum standards, multiple crannogs and other facilities to be developed through a masterplan consultation with the community.

Three black sculptures of capercaillie in front of autumnal trees and a grassy picnic area

Photo © wfmillar licensed under Creative Commons

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Anyone may make representations about a request and representations are published online. No representations on the request for Dalerb, Loch Tay were received by the deadline of 12 June 2020.

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