Crisis fear as plan for parking shake-up revealed
BUSINESS leaders fear Inverness is heading for a parking crisis after plans to cut spaces and increase charges were revealed yesterday.
Developers plan to tear down the 82-bay, two-storey car park at Rose Street to make way for flats accommodating about 170 students.
Meanwhile, Highland Council officers are proposing to increase parking charges in the nearby multi-storey Rose Street car park and remove almost 40 contract parking spaces at two other city-centre car parks.
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