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Planners appointed for air park
Inverness Airport
The park is next to Inverness Airport
Architects have been appointed for the development of the north of Scotland's largest business park.

Inverness Airport Business Park Ltd has named Make as the planners for its 617 acre (250 hectare) site.

The park, next to the airport operated by Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd, is to be developed over the 30 years and could create up to 5,000 jobs.

They will be in office, a science park, freight as well as aviation-related industries.




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