The consultation paper that suggests how traffic changes could be made to the road network to enable the Nairn South development to go ahead is now online and Highland Council are seeking your comments.
This observer followed the link that a local councillor had posted on Facebook and went to look at the document.
It's a 241 page document and a PDF you have to download - it is a bit user unfriendly too in that you have to adjust the size regularly to flit from text to looking at maps- how are members of the public supposed to find the time to look at this let alone attempt to decipher it? Parts of it need someone to translate it into language that people use in real life. Even people that normally attempt to pay attention to this kind of thing will be p***** off with this. It's all a bit too much folks.
How about a room with maps and interpretors like they had for the A96 Nairn bypass? Give us a chance please! After all the document that Nairn's four councillors discussed before it went to this stage was only 25 pages long!
Anyone with the nerve to go and get themselves a copy of the document can do so here.