HC Deb 01 May 1956 vol 552 c19W
58. Mr. Steele

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland what appeals he has so far considered against the unanimous decision of the Dunbarton County Council Planning Committee not to permit the farmland of Mid Ross, on the banks of Loch Lomond, being turned into a sand and gravel quarry; and in view of the national attraction and the natural beauty of this area if he will uphold the decision of the council.

Mr. J. Stuart

I have received one appeal against the refusal of the Dunbarton County Council to grant permission for the working of sand and gravel at Mid Ross Farm, Arden, Loch Lomondside. The appeal has not yet been heard, and I can make no comment at this stage.