Northern Meeting Park Pavilion, Inverness– change to listing category

Closed 13 Oct 2022

Opened 23 Sep 2022


A large, empty sports pavilion, painted white, flanked on either site by large green trees. The sky behind the pavilion is overcast.

We are proposing to change the category of listing of the sporting pavilion and boundary walls at the Northern Meeting Park in Inverness from B to A. The Northern Meeting Park was purchased in 1864 to provide a permanent home for the Inverness Highland Games and the current pavilion was built in 1865. It is thought to be the world’s first purpose-built Highland Games stadium. 

We have launched this public consultation to gather views on the proposed change of listing category of this historic site. Find out more about listed buildings

Find out more about why we think the category of listing of the Northern Meeting Park pavilion should change from category B to A by downloading our Report of Handling. You can email your comments about this case or contact us through the Heritage Portal.