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Central Scotland Green Network Trust

Working together to improve the lives of 3.8m people

RiverLife and CSGNT propose to rebuild the viewing platform overlooking Limefield Falls, this will be as part of the works to build a fish pass to allow iconic fish species to breed in the river again.

A planning consultation meeting will take place at Polbeth Village Hall on Friday 18th January, 4pm to 7pm.

This is an opportunity for those interested to have their say, share their thoughts and take a look at plans. Forth Rivers Trust's RiverLife Project and CSGNT staff will be on hand to answer any questions or concerns. Tea, coffee and cake will be provided.

Staff will also be on hand to discuss some of the community work that will be going on in the area and the education projects as part of the RiverLife project that will be happening.

The planning application for the creation of a fish pass with viewing platform built on top is now live on the West Lothian Council's Planning portal:
https://planning.westlothian.gov.uk/publicaccess/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&keyVal=PJIGVCRJFT200

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