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Free public parking at Inverness Town House for festive period – there will be a maximum 30 minutes stay from Saturday which will help support the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic


By Ian Duncan

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Inverness Town House.
Inverness Town House.

Motorists are being advised that there will be free public parking in the front part of the Inverness Town House car park.

It will be for a maximum 30 minutes stay, Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm, and will be available in the front part of the car park from Saturday, November 27, until Tuesday, 2 January 2, dates inclusive.

The free short stay bays available will be separately signposted and Pay & Display applies at all other times.

A Highland Council spokesman said: "Public parking at the Town House car park is being made available to support the business community in the run up to and during the festive season by providing short-stay city centre access to Castle Street retail at this critical time for businesses.

"This addition to the city centre parking compliment will help support the economic recovery from the pandemic."


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