Green light for 93 new homes in Invergordon
The Highland Council has approved plans for 93 new homes in Cromlet, Invergordon.
The development is spread across three phases, with the first phase including 35 social houses. The remaining site will feature 50% affordable housing.
To be accessed from Castle Avenue, the properties include a mix of one to five-bedroom houses, along with flats, bungalows and self-build plots.
As the applicant, Highland Council said it would take a “holistic” approach to the development by encouraging active travel and reducing vehicle driving speeds.
It will install electric vehicle charging points to ‘future proof’ the development and hopes to keep streets clear by providing off-street parking at every home and courtyard parking at flats.
A large number of mature trees line the site at Gordon Terrace and Castle Avenue, and most of these will be protected.