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Hotel and housing plans submitted

Plans for a hotel, a golf course of championship standard and up to 300 houses have been submitted as an outline planning application.

The 70m proposals for Delnies, Nairn, have been put forward by Angelika Cawdor, the Dowager Countess of Cawdor, and her stepson Lord Colin Cawdor.

The application has been lodged with Highland Council for consideration.

If given the go-ahead by councillors, work on the development could start in early 2010.




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