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Flats plan for site near entrance to Dingwall


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An impression of the proposed flats.
An impression of the proposed flats.

PLANS for a development of flats at an entrance to Dingwall have been lodged with Highland Council.

The “affordable flats” bid at the site of the former Dingwall Car Valley business on Station Road has been lodged Reynolds Architecture Ltd on behalf of Nicam Developments Ltd.

It envisages 24 vehicle parking spaces. The shed that previously occupied the site has been demolished. The proposal is an L-shaped building consisting of 20 flats.It says the main living areas have been designed to face east or south to maximise solar gain and to maintain privacy from the parking area.

A “simple colour pallet of grey and white has been chosen so that the development is visually defined but also understated”.

The proposals have been lodged with Highland Council planners for determination.


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