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Bakery plan for former Black Isle police station

By Philip Murray

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A DISUSED former police station in Fortrose could find a fresh start as a bakery under plans submitted to Highland Council.

The Bakhoos Bakery wants to install a "small retail bakery" in part of the High Street building.

If given the green light the bakery would only occupy the single storey part of the building at the site's eastern end, with the remainder of the building being untouched.

"All that will be involved is some minimal internal partition changes and equipment installed for the preparation and sale of artisan baked goods and some drinks for takeaway," said Scott Mackenzie, of Bakhoos Bakery, in the application. "The exterior will be repainted and some new wood cladding applied to some walls

along with a sign to advertise the site."

A serving counter would also be located near the front door.

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