Site fears for T In Park over oil pipeline threat

T in the Park faces an uncertain future at its long-term home in Balado after organisers agreed to relocate the festival away from a potentially dangerous oil pipeline next year.

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The festival is likely to go ahead as planned in its existing location this summer, but organisers DF Concerts will have to make alternative arrangements in 2015.

Organisers hope to redesign the site to avoid the pipeline, but they have not found a way around it yet, raising the prospect that they may have to find an alternative location in 2015.

The lack of a suitable alternative has forced organisers to apply for a one-year extension to its existing layout this summer.

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