North Planning Committee grants approval for Black Isle Care home

Members of The Highland Council’s North Planning Applications Committee have approved plans for a 40 bedroom care home to be built on the Black Isle.

The application, which was recommended for refusal by planners, is for the development of a site in Fortrose. It follows a previous application by the same applicant – Parklands Developments Ltd - that was refused in June 2016 under delegated powers.

During the Committee, held today in Inverness, local councillors Jennifer Barclay and Gordon Adam spoke in support of the application. Following a debate the Committee  granted approval subject to a number of conditions to be agreed with planning officials, the chair and local members.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                


17 Oct 2017
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