Highlands & Islands

Loch Ness visitor centres get approval

Plans for two new visitor centres on nearby sites on the shores of Loch Ness have been given the greenlight by Highland councillors.

The sites earmarked by Jacobite Cruises and businessman Robert Bremner are about 500yds (457m) apart on the west side of the loch.

Councillors viewed the locations from a boat before giving the Jacobite project full planning permission.

Mr Bremner has been given outline planning permission.

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