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Opportunity to view initial site plans and building layouts for new primary school at Ness Castle in Inverness


By Andrew Dixon


PEOPLE will be able to see initial site plans and building layouts for a new primary school in Inverness next week.

It is part of Highland Council's pre-application consultation for a proposed new primary school at Ness Castle.

The first of two drop-in sessions was held in June and people living in the catchment area for the proposed new school are now invited to the second session at Holm Primary from 2.30pm-7.30pm on Wednesday.

A council spokeswoman said: "Members of the public can make comments on the proposals.

"Comments received from this pre-application consultation may be incorporated into the design development prior to submitting a planning application.

"The display information from the session will be published on the Highland Council website in due course along with a form that can be used to submit feedback."

The first phase of the new school is scheduled to open in August 2021.



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