Funders Creative Scotland and Highlands and Islands Enterprise glad at Highland Council decision to go ahead with Inverness riverside art
TWO of the organisations which contributed to the Inverness riverside arts project have welcomed the decision to move ahead.
Creative Scotland committed £305,600 while Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) granted £66,000.
A Creative Scotland spokesman said: “We are pleased that the My Ness project will be continuing in line with the original plans. We will continue to work with Highland Council to oversee the development and delivery of the Inverness city arts programme.”
HIE Inner Moray Firth area manager James Gibbs said: “We are pleased to hear that the council has decided to proceed with the project and we hope and believe that it will enhance the attractiveness of the city centre to visitors, which is the reason we supported it.”