Highlands & Islands

Public consultation on new bigger Inverness Royal Academy

Public views are being sought on the plans for the proposed new £34m Inverness Royal Academy (IRA).

Drawings of the building will be displayed at an exhibition on Wednesday. They have also been published online.

The consultation, which runs until 11 November, is being held before a formal a planning application is submitted.

The new school will be built close to the site of the academy building it is to replace.

Once completed, the new IRA should be big enough to handle a roll of 1,400.

At the moment, the academy has a roll of about 940 pupils.

Wednesday's public exhibition is being held in the Culduthel Christian Centre from 15:00-19:00.

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