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Lorna Slater sees £1.5m plan for Tarbet on Loch Lomond

Publication: The Lochside Press

Scottish cabinet minister Lorna Slater visited Tarbet, in Argyll and Bute, last week to see £1.5m plans for a low-carbon destination and travel hub.

National park chief executive Gordon Watson at Tarbet with Lorna Slater and the park convener Heather Reid. Photo by Chris Watt Photography| Licensed for use on Scottish Beacon | All rights reserved

A masterplan has been developed for the popular picnic site beside Loch Lomond to alleviate visitor pressures, improve biodiversity and help visitors embrace low-emission travel.

Planning permission was granted last month for ambitious proposals that will transform the Tarbet pier site, seen as a gateway and hub for arrival in the national park.

Read the full article on The Lochside Press website.