Loch Ness visitor centre plans suspended
August 9 2013£2.5m visitor centre on the western shore of Loch Ness have been suspended by tourism firm Jacobite Cruises after the project was hit by rising costs.
The Cameron Webster Architects designed scheme at Brackla was conceived back in 2011 and promptly secured planning permission but since then the plans have stalled.
Now the site owners have elected to proceed with an upgrade of the existing Loch Ness Centre instead
The scheme would have entailed construction of a new harbour, car park and visitor reception facility and had raised fears over the potential impact on Moray Firth dolphins.
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