Highland Martial Arts Center (HMAC) Inverness is seeking a permanent home in South Kessock

HMAC Inverness athletes.

The OWNERS of the only mixed martial arts gym in the Highlands are seeking permission to permanently base their business in a warehouse in Inverness.

HMAC Inverness was given the green light in April 2020 to operate temporarily from the Thornbush Road depot.

Thus, the work of equipping the 750 square meter hall has already been completed.

He now wants to establish the South Kessock facility, which has 110 members and is open 24 hours a day, as a permanent home.

The company has overtaken Cage Warriors world title winner Ross Houston as head coach and bills itself as coaching everyone from rookies to world champions.

Highland Council planning officers will review the application.

Planning documents show that the candidates would also seek to create two parking spaces, none of which are currently available.

The requirements for an outdoor shower and air conditioning have already been met, although noise issues have recently led to the air conditioning unit being shut down.

The documents indicate that HMAC now intends to use soft landscaping plantings as a secondary sound barrier among other design revisions.

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