Council consults on Inverness Conservation Areas
The Highland Council have launched two public consultations inviting the public to comment on key conservation area designation and policy within the Inverness area.
As part of their on-going review of conservation areas in the Highlands, the Council are seeking views and comments on the proposed redesignation of the Culloden Battlefield Conservation Area. The proposals include renaming the area as Culloden Muir Conservation Area and include a conservation area appraisal and management plan. The documents and consultation papers can be found online at www.highland.gov.uk/CullodenCA or in Council offices at Church Street, Glenurquhart Road or Kintail House, Inverness libraries at the bus station or Culloden, Inverness Museum or at the National Trust visitor centre at Culloden Battlefield.
The second consultation is on the Inverness Old Town Conservation Area Management Plan (CAMP). The Council have recently appointed independent consultants to prepare a conservation management plan for the area defined as Inverness Old Town in the Inverness Riverside conservation area appraisal. The associated document and consultation papers can be found online at www.highland.gov.uk/InvernessOldTownCAMP or in Council offices at Church Street, Glenurquhart Road or Kintail House, Inverness library at the bus station or at Inverness Museum.
Both consultations will run for six weeks giving people until the Friday 15th May to respond.