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Fisheries Protection (Upper Spey)

Volume 975: debated on Monday 3 December 1979

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asked the Secretary of State for Scotland whether he will list the applicants for, and the objectors to, the proposed protection order for freshwater fishing in the Upper Spey.

Proposals have been received from the Badenoch angling association on behalf of:British Aluminium Co. Ltd., Fort William.Mr. Jeremy Porter, Laggan.Mr. E. C. Ormiston, Strathmashie Lodge.Mr. D. J. Wilson, Laggan.Mr. J. Graham Grant, Laggan.Mr. A.. W. M. Miller, Catlodge House.Cluny Castle Estate Trustees.Mr. E. L. R. Macpherson of Glentruim.Mr. M. Haywood, Newtonmore.The Hon. P. M. Samuel, London.Mr and Mrs. J. R. Findlay, Newtonmore.Newtonmore Golf Club.Loch Laggan Estates, Newtonmore.Mr. P. H. Byam Cook, Ben Alder Lodge.Colonel J. T. Cremer.Lord Burton of Dochfour, Inverness.Church of Scotland Trustees.Mr. B. N. Hone, Kingussie.Gaick Estates Limited, Kingussie.Mr. G. P. Christie, Kingussie.The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.Mr. A. W. M. Fletcher, Kingussie.Sir A. G. Forbes-Leith, Bt., Kincraig.Twenty-four objections have been received to these proposals, and these have been made available to the proposers. It would be contrary to established practice to disclose details of objectors other than to persons with a direct interest in the proposals.