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Approval sought for Inverness developments

Illustration of new look retail park Image copyright Halliday Fraser Munro
Image caption An illustration of the planned new look for Inverness Shopping Park

Highland councillors will be asked to give the go-ahead to several major planning applications next week.

They include Hercules Unit Trust's plan to open three restaurants - a Frankie and Benny's, TGI Fridays and Nandos - at the Inverness Shopping Park.

Tulloch Homes have a proposal for 60 new homes on the site of the city's former Glebe Street swimming pool.

Tuesday's south planning applications committee will also be asked to approve student flats at Rose Street.

Another major scheme councillors will be asked to give the go-head is the 13-turbine Tom Nan Clach Wind Farm near Dava Moor and Lochindorb Castle.

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