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Transport hub for Inverness back on track as sale of city centre site is sealed


By Louise Glen

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The former Royal Mail sorting office in Strothers Lane, Inverness.
The former Royal Mail sorting office in Strothers Lane, Inverness.

An ambitious plan to revolutionise transport in Inverness has taken a giant step forward.

As exclusively revealed by the Inverness Courier three months ago, Network Rail has now purchased the former Royal Mail sorting office in the city's Strothers Lane.

It gives the green light to a development which will transform the Highland capital by creating a state-of-the art transport hub at its heart.

The deal for an undisclosed fee was finally sealed last week and news of the purchase has been roundly welcomed by business leaders across the city.

See today's Inverness Courier for more on this story.

Related story: New public transport hub for city centre


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