Cairngorms artificial ski slope refused against officer advice

Plans for an artificial ski slope in Scotland's Cairngorms National Park have been refused, against a recommendation from planners who concluded that adverse visual impacts arising from the scheme could be mitigated.

by Michael Donnelly
Cairngorms: artificial ski slope plans refused
Cairngorms: artificial ski slope plans refused

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