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The British never did follow the European guidelines on this. Another amazing reason why The UK is leaving Europe. They've always ignored the things they didn't like anyway.
Quote from: Niall C on December 03, 2017, 08:06:58 AMAt some point they would need to get panning permission for development NiallIf you are concerned about "panning" permission, you need to visit Helmsdale and their golden burns I think Chuckie Windsor has financial interests there. There is also a 9-hole golf course that spawned one of the greatest amateur players in the north of Scotlandi in the past 40+ years, Stuart Shaw,RichRich
At some point they would need to get panning permission for development Niall
Quote from: Peter Pallotta on November 26, 2017, 08:30:57 PMPedro.......Rich's posts over the years about Dornoch in his earlier days, and even with your more (relatively) recent experiences...... Fake News, Pedro!I've physically and emotionally been connected to Dornoch for 40+ years, and know more than any other poster here regarding it's past, present and future. You might be advised to read my book, "Experience Royal Dornoch", or at the very least my free IMO on this site.All the bestRicardo
Pedro.......Rich's posts over the years about Dornoch in his earlier days, and even with your more (relatively) recent experiences......
Is a Coul development likely to have any effect, either directly or indirectly, on Skibo/Carnegie or vice versa? Just wondering.Atb
One of the best opens is the Burghfield Cup/ Teams of 3, best two of the three (net) wins the cup. Each team needs at least one 12HCP and below and one 13HCP and above.. Cheap as chips with another Open (for the Hangover Trophy) on Sunday. Only cup in the Clubhouse that has my name on it. Do you know any 13+ bandits who are also good company?
I am afraid the RSPB is more a political lobby group only interested in preventing any sort of development. I am unsurprised by the inaccuracies in their report. There is a reason they are disliked by most highland landowners.