An accessibility adaptation costing £33,000 will be made to the controversial My Ness public art project in Inverness.
The controversial £240,000 My Ness public art project for Inverness riverside will now go ahead - but will not see another penny of public funds.
Highland Council has announced there will be no further work on the controversial city riverside art projects until they hold a special meeting in August.
A fresh row has broken out over My Ness, the river art project which has replaced the controversial "Tilting Pier" Gathering Place project.
Highland councillors have accused the authority’s administration of “running amok” with public funds over its handling of a controversial arts project on the River Ness.
A row has erupted over the controversial £240,000 art project on the River Ness getting the go ahead despite growing opposition - and an online petition signed by more than 1,000 people.
Inverness anglers claim Highland Council’s promise to build their club a ‘super new hut’ as part of the River Ness Art Project have evaporated into thin air.
Plans for a ‘Gathering Place' at the heart of Inverness have taken a major step forward following the submission of a planning application.
Plans have been submitted for the children’s water feature on Ness Islands in the Highland capital.
Plans have been unveiled for a major riverside artwork in Inverness – to replace the controversial “tilting pier” project - which will create a “circular amphitheatre to frame the River Ness.”