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Nod for new Inverness tattoo parlour

By Philip Murray

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Vacant unit on Carsegate Road. Picture: James Mackenzie.
Vacant unit on Carsegate Road. Picture: James Mackenzie.

Plans for a new tattoo parlour in Inverness have been approved by Highland Council.

Applicant Daniel Kavanagh had lodged a change of use application late last year for a site at Unit 1A in Carsegate Road North.

The site is a long-vacant industrial unit located within a larger building housing a number of businesses, including Gym 300 which is immediately next door to it.

The proposals as set out to turn the otherwise unused industrial unit into a tattoo studio would result in no external changes to the existing building.

Highland Council planning officers have granted approval fr the application under delegated powers.

They said: “The proposed use is considered an appropriate compatible use which will have no material impact on the established amenity of the adjoining uses.”

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