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Nairn hotel to be turned into residential flats; Highland Council grants approval to West End Concept's plans for the Windsor hotel


By Staff Reporter


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A NAIRN hotel will be converted into flats and a house after the go-ahead was given to plans for the conversion.

West End Concept had applied to Highland Council for permission to convert the Windsor Hotel in Albert Street for residential use.

The approved plan will allow the building to be converted into a house as well as 12 flats and four serviced apartments.

There were 16 consultees to the application with an objection from a William Cowie who raised concerns over what level of parking would be required for the development.

He said: “It is inevitable that cars will require to be parked on Albert Street itself as there appears to be a limited number of spaces to the rear of the building.

“At particular times, parking is already at a premium with the bowling club and dentist on the road, along with residents, which means unrestricted passage of cars along the street would be difficult to achieve.”

There were no other objections raised to the application and it was approved.



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