Fears of gridlock over city garden centre bid
BUSINESS leaders have voiced fears that a planned new garden centre in Inverness could cause traffic chaos – just days after they welcomed the promise of 120 new jobs.
The city’s chamber of commerce has raised concerns that multimillion-pound proposals by Dobbies/Tesco to build at Inshes could lead to gridlock at the nearby Inshes roundabout.
Chamber chief executive Stewart Nicol said the new jobs were very welcome – but he feared the project would put added strain on the roundabout, which is already plagued with traffic jams.
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