A petition against plans to permanently house the Great Tapestry of Scotland in Tweedbank has been rejected by Scottish Borders Council.
The complaints were discussed at a meeting of councillors today.
Amongst them were concerns that the plan is too costly - the council has agreed to put around £3.5m into the construction of a purpose-built centre for the tapestry.
The concerns could have gone before a full council meeting, but that will not now happen.
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