Flotsam, jetsom and winter storm damage swept up at Kenmore

Winter storm debris and the accumulated rubbish from last season’s use of Loch Tay was swiftly gathered and despatched with the aid of earth moving equipment recently.
Taymouth Castle Estate diverted some of the equipment being used to renovate the bunker and tee complexes on the adjacent James Braid designed golf course at Taymouth to tackle the clean up task. See before-and-after pictures (right).alt  alt
John Moore, Project Manager for the Taymouth Castle state reported: “When we were approached and asked if we would help out we were, of course, delighted to lend a hand. We have the equipment on site and it took no time  at all to clear the debris. 
“The beach looks so much better now and we hope that both locals and visitors will be able to enjoy it fully over the summer.”
Meteor Property Fund, owner of the Castle Estate, is carrying out works on the site under an existing planning consent. The Fund is currently awaiting a decision on a new planning application that was submitted to Perth & Kinross Council during April.


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