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Highland Council to consult on proposed redevelopment of Nairn Academy


By Gregor White


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There is a long-term vision to replace the current Nairn Academy building. Picture: James Mackenzie
There is a long-term vision to replace the current Nairn Academy building. Picture: James Mackenzie

A public drop-in event will take place at Nairn Academy on Wednesday.

A proposal for a replacement school building was included in Phase 2 of the Scottish Government's Learning Estate Investment Programme announced in December 2020, and funding for the project is included in the reprofiled capital programme approved by Highland Council in January 2021.

The project is currently at the Concept Design Stage and no planning application has been submitted or approved.

The consultation event, from 4-7pm, will be open to all members of the community and there will be an opportunity to record comments on the day as well as online after the event.

School staff, vouncil officials and members of the project design team will be in attendance.

Feedback can also be reported to CLestates@highland.gov.uk

Details of the proposed redevelopment will be uploaded to the council's website.


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