That seemed to be the overall view of a well attended public meeting (150-200?) at Nairn Academy this evening. The meeting was arranged by the Nairn Suburban Community Council to find out the public reaction to the Sandown Plans. There was a lot of concern raised about all the developments in the Nairn area but the chairman had to keep reminding the public that the meeting was about the Sandown development. Seems the consensus is to insist on a 240 maximum number of houses instead of the proposed 550.
No Highland councillors in sight but they were invited, MSP Mary Scanlon was in evidence however.