The Hill of Fare application is coming into its last fortnight for the public to make their views known. As in all of these applications anyone can object if they have a reason – distant visitors, family distress, retirement ambitions, onshore wind farms never paying back their carbon consumption if built on peat……
HoFWIG through a sponsor have developed a web based method of objecting on the Nae Fare website.  We have checked with the ECU, and the format of the objection is recognised by them although the programming required dashes where spaces should be on the created email.
Please help by sending an objection before 2 February:

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