HITRANS has recently secured funding from the Lochaber Town Centre Fund and Transport Scotland to widen and surface the footpath behind the Ben Nevis Hotel, leading from the railway footbridge at Inverlochy to the retail area on the A82.
The substantial helicopter activity around Ben Nevis at the weekend, however, has drawn a complaint of excessive disturbance with one local resident claiming that on one of the weekend’s rescues, the Coastguard helicopter flew low over his house no less that 28 times until the early hours of the morning.
Posters, drawings and feedback forms are being distributed locally with help from the community council and full details are also available on the council’s website by visiting the Caol and Lochyside Flood Prevention Scheme page
The Black Parks Road from where it leaves Inverlochy to the junction with the railway bridge over the River Lochy is a much loved Lochaber favourite and the route is used by cyclists, dog walkers and family groups with toddlers.
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