Glass Firm's New Plant Approved

Date: 18 January 2007
Source: BBC
Caithness Glass has received the go-ahead for a new plant and visitor centre, just months after it was rescued from administration.


The glass product maker's proposals, which also include a retail complex and extended car park, have been approved by Perth and Kinross Council.

The facility will be built at its existing Inveralmond site.

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Date: 18 January 2007
Source: BBC

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