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Plans have been lodged for a development of 20 new affordable homes near a Highland beauty spot. Bungalows, villas and flats have been proposed for the Albyn Housing Society scheme at Drumnadrochit, by the west shore of Loch Ness. It is part of a wider development, previously approved in principle, for land north of the […] The post Plans lodged for 20 affordable homes at Drumnadrochit appeared first onPress and Journal .
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