A fresh row has broken out over My Ness, the river art project which has replaced the controversial "Tilting Pier" Gathering Place project.
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.”
IN PICTURES: Can Highland Council win the public’s support with a new art project to replace the controversial tilting pier?
New plans for artwork along the River Ness have been unveiled, two years after the last project was controversially scrapped.
Residents of Inverness are being urged to seize a phenomenal opportunity" and help shape a new art installation on the shores of the River Ness.
A "blank canvas" has been promised as a group of artists begin work to design a replacement for the controversial "tilting pier" project.
A prominent international architect who designed the unpopular "tilting pier" is on the shortlist to come up with something else.
A controversial competition to design a new public artwork for Inverness has been re-launched - four months after the unpopular "tilting pier" was axed.
A Scottish Government agency has pledged to consider funding new proposals to replace the abandoned "tilting pier" scheme in Inverness.
Highland Council's chief executive has been asked to intervene in a bitter row over the axing of the controversial "tilting pier" project in Inverness.
The £300,000 cost of a publicly funded riverside “tilting pier” could be recouped by Inverness within two years through increased visitor numbers, according to an economic impact assessment.