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Green light for 12 High Street flats

AN APPLICATION to build 12 new affordable flats in Fort William has been approved.

The Highland Council’s south planning committee granted permission at its meeting on Tuesday (February 28) for the former Scottish Whisky and Craft Centre, in High Street, to be demolished and turned into self-contained flats with eight car parking spaces.

The proposed building will be four storeys high and set back from its High Street location, next to the Free Church of Scotland and Spice Tandoori restaurant.

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