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Partner sought for airport park

A partner is being sought to help create and attract major investment to a new business park at Inverness Airport.

Inverness Airport Business Park (IABP) said its proposal could be worth 65m a year to the Highlands economy.

The first phase of the plans - the development of 69 acres for office and general business use - is the subject of a planning application.

Funding is also being sought for a railway stop close to the airport.

Planning permission was granted in February for the stop.

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