I am very interested in this project and think it is a great potential opportunity for the local area, but given the way of modern day living and associated eco objectives I think there a few things which would benefit from early consideration for inclusion.
Firstly broadband. No longer is society likely to be as tied to the commuter mentality when many have demonstrated ability to effectively work from home, or even run a business from remote locations, but fibre broadband underpins this! I'd imagine Bunlout will require a fibre connection to be connected to Drum. This should also benefit the existing Bunloit residents up the hill!
Secondly - EV fast charge points. The future of wide adoption of EV ownership requires wider distribution of fast chargers. These need 3 phase supplies. Ideally would be available to the community for use through ChargePlace Scotland scheme for example.
Lastly, a small shop! Not on the scale of the ScotMid, but somewhere you can buy a loaf of bread and pint of milk! It's quite a drive to Drumnadrochit up and down that hill (the roads suitability being one reservation I have on the development) so to minimise unnecessary use, inbuild convenience facilities into the scheme would improve its feasibility.
there any thought of a facility for such events as conference or yoga workshops being incorporated. It would be nice to have a nice space in a nice place, such as I envisage this to be! This would potentially bring in further tourist footfall and provide economic opportunities, including to Drumnadrochit for associated accomodation requirements etc.
There are other points I would make on the biodiversity net gain etc elements of the proposed development, but probably fit better in a seperate post!