Residents in the Cradlehall area of Inverness are being invited to have their say over a proposed new pharmacy in the area – but have been warned that time is fast running out.
A joint consultation exercise between NHS Highland and Highland Pharmacy is currently ongoing, with the views of those who the new pharmacy may affect sought.
The proposed development has been earmarked to be implemented in Cradlehall Court.
The consultation process began back in October and is due to close on Friday 8 February, with the results designed to determine whether residents feel adequate access is already available to pharmacy services.
A questionnaire is available via the NHS Highland website and can also be obtained from a number of local centres in the Cradlehall area, including the post office, local shops and community centre.
Residents can request a paper copy be posted to them by dialling 01463 706 886.
All findings from the consultation will be gathered into an analysis report which will go before the NHS Highland Pharmacy Practices Committee, who will determine the outcome.
All responses must be received by 5pm on Friday February 8.