£1.5m visitor management proposal

A Highland Council budget proposal to invest £1.5million in a Highland-wide visitor management strategy is being welcomed by the chairman of the area’s tourism committee.

Liberal Democrat Councillor Gordon Adam, Black Isle ward, said that after the area has been “hard hit” by the pandemic, and the funding if approved, will be an investment in the future of the Highlands.

The proposed Highland Council budget, which is going to a special council meeting tomorrow, Thursday March 4 recognises the vital role played by the tourism sector with a commitment to invest £1.5m in its visitor management strategy.

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