The Kyle of Sutherland Development Trust is responding to an article published in the media on 14/02/18, regarding new parking charges proposed in towns and tourist hot spots across the Highlands by the Highland Council.
The article stated that all free car parks will have charges imposed over five years, with 14 to change from April. They include four in Nairn – the library, harbour, Cumming Street, and the Maggot, as well as Chanonry Point on the Black Isle, Alness Station, Dingwall Southside, Ullapool Latheron, Kyle village, two in Broadford, two in Mallaig and the Falls of Shin, Lairg.
Helen Houston, Development Manager at The Kyle of Sutherland Development Trust commented: “The Highland Council no longer owns the Falls of Shin Visitor Attraction car park. The car park is the property of Kyle of Sutherland Development Trust and we will not be introducing parking charges at Falls of Shin.”