“Transformative” Loch Long Salmon project rejected

Published on
November 1, 2022
An artist's rendering of what the Loch Long Salmon facility in Loch Long would look like.

Plans to introduce Scotland’s first semi-closed containment salmon farm to Loch Long have been rejected by the Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park, with the developers behind the proposed project calling the decision a “missed opportunity.”

Scottish producer Loch Long Salmon confirmed that the Park Board voted to reject its plans for the Benn Reithe farm in a press release. The joint-venture company said that the decision came despite the project being supported by the closest community…

Photo courtesy of Loch Long Salmon

Contributing Editor reporting from London, UK

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