Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Tenants object to application to turn offices into flats at 20 Nairn High Street

Gurnites may recall our article  'Nairn High Street going flat on banking?' from September where we linked to the application to turn the offices above the Royal Bank of Scotland into flats. It emerged during discussions at the Westies meeting last Wednesday night that the present tenants, R&R Urquhart LLP have objected to the application. The Highland Council e-planning site reveals that a timely objection was placed by the firm who are concerned at the effect the application could have on their business. Here's a section from their letter to Highland Council planners:

You can read the full letter here and the application in its entirety can be seen here.  

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