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To ask the Scottish Government whether it is aware of the extent of the opposition in Argyll and Bute to the proposals contained in the Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland's Fifth Review.


Answered by Marco Biagi (12/11/2015):

The Scottish Government is aware that concerns have been expressed by local community groups and others about the Local Government Boundary Commission for Scotland's proposals for Argyll and Bute. The final public consultation on the commission's proposals for Argyll and Bute and other Scottish local government areas ended on 22 October 2015. It will be for the commission to consider the representations it has received on those proposals before submitting any final proposals to ministers for consideration.


Current Status: Answered by Marco Biagi on 12/11/2015
 
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