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Medicinal Cannabis: consultation open for cultivation centre plans

Kennip Lhee: co-choyrle foshlit er plannyn son laare troarey

Peel NRE sessal ynnyd jeh Raad ny Cooilley 

Ta treealtyssyn er nyn gur roish son laare troarey kennip lhee ayns Ellan Vannin.

Ta Peel NRE, paart jeh'n Phossan Peel, er nosley cho-choyrle er ny plannyn echey son y laare sheanse as ronsaght liorish goal Raad ny Cooilley as Raad Noa Balley Chashtal. 

T'eh geiyrt er briwnys Tinvaal dy yannoo leighoil troarey, jannoo as cur lesh magh ass yn Ellan jantyssyn kennip lhee Jerrey Geuree 2021.

Ta'n colught gooley dy jean eh gientyn £90millioon - £180millioon son tarmaynys Vannin.

Ta'n co-choyrle foshlit derrey 7 Mee Vayrt, as lurg shen bee treealtyssyn plannal currit da'n Rheynn Chymmyltaght, Bee as Eirinys. 

 

Peel NRE eyes up site off the Cooil Road

Proposals have been put forward for a medicinal cannabis cultivation centre in the Isle of Man.

Peel NRE, part of the Peel Group, has opened a consultation on its plans for the science and research centre by the corner of Cooil Road and the New Castletown Road.

It follows Tynwald’s decision to legalise the cultivation, production and export of medicinal cannabis products in January 2021.

The company estimates it will generate £90million - £180million towards the Manx economy.

The consultation is open until 7 March, after which planning proposals will be put to the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture.

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