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Inverness West Link: Full planning permission sought

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Image caption Highland Council says the road is needed to ease travel across Inverness

Highland Council has sought full planning permission for its Inverness West Link and permission in principle for associated projects.

Planning officials have recommended that the south planning applications committee approves both applications.

The West Link has been proposed as a way of easing travel across Inverness. The new road is opposed by a local campaign.

Campaigners say the West Link will lead to the loss of green space.

The other project involves relocating Torvean Golf Course, creating a new sports hub and parkland at Torvean and extend Kilvean Cemetery.

The committee will meet on 8 April.

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