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Inverness Justice Centre consultation gets underway

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August 30 2016

Inverness Justice Centre consultation gets underway
A public consultation has got underway in Inverness following publication of indicative plans to build a new justice centre designed by Reiach & Hall Architects.

Taking place in The Spectrum Centre until 19:00 tonight the exhibition will detail the bid to turn a disused bus depot into a new courts facility as part of a reorganisation of services in the city which will result in closure of an existing base at Inverness Castle.

Eric McQueen, chief executive, Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service, said: “We have a first class project team in place and are working with justice organisations to make sure we can provide the best environment and facilities for victims, witnesses and all courts and tribunals users, all within an accessible and high quality building which is supported by digital innovation and sustainable by design.”

Concept designs will evolve further dependant on public feedback ahead of a formal planning application dependant on support from Highland Council.
Inverness Castle will be turned into a tourist attraction following the migration
Inverness Castle will be turned into a tourist attraction following the migration
The justice centre will host a range of offices and courtrooms
The justice centre will host a range of offices and courtrooms

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