Outline proposals for a holiday park on the site of the former Black Isle Wildlife Park have been broadly supported by councillors.
The development to include a 100-bed hotel, chalets, camping pods, caravan/tent pitches and associated landscaping and infrastructure.
Applicant Scott Burnside has submitted a proposal of application notice via consultants Rick Finc Associates.
A spa, bar and small amount of residential housing has also been mooted as part of the development of the 54 acre site.
Black Isle councillor Craig Fraser said a public meeting has been arranged in Munlochy Hall on Thursday June 13 for the community to view the plans, but he felt a similar event should be arranged for the North Kessock community.
He said: “This development falls between two pockets and the community council in North Kessock has requested to see the plans also.”
Planning officer Dafydd Jones said the developer is not obliged to have more than one public meeting, but he would put in the request.
Mr Fraser also said he wanted to see a comprehensive environmental assessment of the proposal by Scottish Natural Heritage and Scottish Environment Protection Agency.
He also expressed concerns about the impact of the development on the water supply, and asked for more details on waste management of all types.
Mr Fraser added: “I wish to see an in-depth traffic management assessment for the A9/B9161 Munlochy junction as well as th A9/Drumsmittal Junction.”
Before yesterday’s meeting, Black Isle Gordon Adam said he felt the early proposals represent over-development.
He said: “The main thing is that a development of this nature should be in keeping with the Black Isle Tourism Team’s slow tourism strategy to encourage visitors to take their time, walk, cycle and linger in the beautiful area.”