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Inverness hotel drives creation of new ‘urban street’

February 20 2019

Inverness hotel drives creation of new ‘urban street’

A parking deck in Inverness city centre has been earmarked for a £20m, 210-bed hotel following the presentation of indicative plans at an initial public exhibition.

Proposals brought forward by CRGP on behalf of SRP Investments would see the double-decker car park demolished to make way for a hotel-led scheme; which would also incorporate ground floor retail and a new bus/taxi lane.

CRGP director Bryan McFadzean, told The Press and Journal: “I think the urban street into the heart of the city is key to this development. The opportunity to put a new street in the city centre is very rare and a big opportunity.

“The production of a new urban street in the heart of the station quarter will help put pedestrians and retail back on the streets.”

Rising to six storeys with a smaller 30-place car park to the rear the proposed solution could break ground later this year with a fair wind.


Sammy Big Nuts
#1 Posted by Sammy Big Nuts on 20 Feb 2019 at 13:53 PM
Great redevelopment site. Drawings are fairly bland. Lack individuality and any distinctive or interesting features.
#2 Posted by Asimov on 20 Feb 2019 at 15:14 PM
Imagine one day Google start charging high for using their Maps. 'Journalism' will die immediately.
#3 Posted by newurbanstreet on 21 Feb 2019 at 13:20 PM
new urban street

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