A planning application that has been lodged with Highland Council as follows:
" Existing ground floor retail unit by change of use into class 2, betting office. Existing part retail unit, part assembly space on first floor to be converted into a 2-bedroom flat."
More details on the Highland Council e-planning site here.
about time too, poor prices elsewhere
Bookie - no thanks, don't we have one already less than 100 yards away?
Oh dear, we are on the slippery slope now. The next thing we know there'll be a rake of pawn/gold/ cash converter type shops opening.
Just what we dont need nairn is turning into a joke its ok if you want to get your hair done ,drink,or charity shop as for anything else just pass us by
Why another bookies? This is a prime location and if developed well could make all the difference to the Nairn shopping experience. How about a quality coffee or chocolate shop! Anything would be better than a bookies.
Anon@11.00, I'm sorry but prime location or not, it doesn't appear to be that anyone else is interested in adding to the Nairn shopping experience. It's time we all stopped being delusional and faced up to the fact that people's shopping habits have changed.
Good thinking, try to rejuvenate the High Street and what do we get a bookies. Oh well a big rush to that then, I don't think so.
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