HC Deb 07 May 1901 vol 93 c952

I beg to ask the Lord Advocate, as representing the Secretary for Scotland, in view of the fact that on page 14 of the Appendix to the Report of the Congested Districts Board it is stated that a road from the terminus of the present road at Applecross, Ross-shire, through the crofting townships along the west and north of the estate and continued to the Lochcarron road at Shieldaig would prove a great boon, will he say whether any application on the subject has been made to the Congested Districts Board by the local authority or through the county council.


To meet the wishes of the locality a bridle path, 21½ miles long is under construction through the district alluded to by the hon. Member, and it is now nearly completed.