A BID to create an outdoor activity centre in a Loch Lomondside village has been withdrawn - but developers say they intend to submit fresh plans.

The Advertiser revealed the proposals by West End Adventure in November, with the Glasgow firm seeking change of use permission for the site at the Manse, across from Luss Parish Church.

The land had been earmarked as a potential base for the preparation of outdoor education sessions, as well as providing a space for changing, toilet facilities and lunch provision.

The applicants said that most activities - including hill walking, climbing, caving, nature walks, stand-up paddle boarding, canoeing and kayaking - would have taken place away from the Manse gardens, while archery would have taken place on the grounds.

However, after four objections were received from the public a notice of withdrawal was published on the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Authority’s website this week.

A letter to the National Park Authority from Helensburgh-based agents, MH Planning Associates, said: “My clients intend to meet with the [Luss and Arden] community council in order to seek to address the concerns expressed in their objection to the current application.

“They then propose to reapply for permission.”

No further information is available regarding the nature of the objections.

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