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Call for work by Highland Council at a brae owned by Lord Cawdor

By Donald Wilson

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Highland Council headquarters.
Highland Council headquarters.

Highland Council is to be asked to undertake repairs at a brae in Cawdor leading to the village’s recycling bins.

At the October meeting of Cawdor and West Nairnshire Community Council, chairman Steve Webster said although the brae is owned by Lord Cawdor and the land on which the bins are located is owned by the Dowager, the local authority should be responsible for its maintenance as it is their lorries which cause most damage when they come to empty the bottle banks.

Highland councillor Babs Jarvie has taken pictures of the pot holes on the brae, and representations are to be made to the council which used the site for bottle banks for 25 years.

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