HC Deb 08 April 1925 vol 182 cc2244-5W

asked the Secretary for Scotland whether, in view of the want of a haven for fishermen in the Sound of Killrannan, he will cause the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries to investigate into the conditions of the small harbour in Loch Ranza, and the cost of dredging and clearing out the silt and sand therein, so as to make it available for fishing craft at states of the tide other than only at high water as at present.?


I am making inquiries through the Fishery Board for Scotland as to the circumstances of the harbour, and will communicate with my hon. and learned Friend when I am in possession of further information.