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SCOTTISH COUNCIL COULD FACE£2M EXPENSE CLAIM OVER QUARRY

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Western Isles Islands Council could face expense claims totalling£2m if the Lingerbay superquarry inquiry is reope...
Western Isles Islands Council could face expense claims totalling £2m if the Lingerbay superquarry inquiry is reopened, The Scotsman reports (p6).

The council, which spent almost £400,000 originally supporting the £70m quarry plan, decided to withdraw support just a day before the planning inquiry closed.

They have been warned that if they introduce new evidence or withdraw old evidence in written submissions, the Scottish Office could order the reopening of the inquiry.
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