Two planning applications have been received by Highland Council for electronic message signs for Nairn beaches from SEPA (Scottish Environmental Protection Agency). Presumably they will give details of climatic and other conditions on the beach for bathers and others heading down to Nairn's seafront.
One will be sited just down from the Bailey Bridge on the Tarry Dyke footpath and another on the Links. You can see the applications here and here respectively.
The one on the Tarry Dyke will be powered by a wee wind mill and solar panel on a structure that will be a little more than twice the size of the information board. The one on the links will be powered by an underground cable.