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The Castle Street sustainable energy centre in Inverness is at an exciting stage in its development with bespoke bronze cladding being applied to its facades. The new building skin has been designed by LDN Architects as a subtly symbolic saltire and diamond pattern that reflects the heritage, colour

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The Highland Council has confirmed the Section 75 Agreement for new homes in Conon Bridge, allowing Tulloch Homes, part of the Springfield Group, to move forward with their approved plans to deliver 160 private and affordable homes in the area. As per the agreement, the housebuilder will provide a &

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Highland Council’s £2.1 billion 20-year investment plan will add significant capital on top of existing and additional new commitments of £50 million for roads and transport infrastructure agreed as part of the 2024 budget setting process.

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The Highland Council has awarded the Naver Bridge replacement contract to Wills Bros Civil Engineering Ltd with set-up works commencing soon after 1 August 2024.

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A development of 47 new homes in Drumnadrochit has been granted planning approval following an appeal. Springfield Properties has already delivered 35 homes – including affordable homes – just off the A82 in the highland village on the banks of Loch Ness. The proposals for the next phase

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Members of the Highland Council’s Economy and Infrastructure Committee have endorsed the Final Business Case (FBC) for the Inverness and Cromarty Firth Green Freeport, signifying another major step forward in the development of Highland as a global centre for Green Energy and inward investment

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SSEN Transmission has today awarded the first phase of the c. £690 million Skye 132kV reinforcement project to Balfour Beatty. On completion, the project will ensure the supply of secure, clean electricity to thousands of homes and businesses across the Hebrides and West Highlands.

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Revised plans to demolish a property in Glencoe, made notorious as the home of disgraced television presenter Jimmy Savile, to make way for a new residence look set to be given the green light. Allt-Na-Reigh near Ballachullish has been subjected to continued vandalism despite also being the pre

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The Highland Council has approved the onshore plans of the West of Orkney Windfarm – which is advancing a major offshore wind project off Scotland’s northern coast. The council’s North Planning Applications Committee met yesterday and approved the project’s onshore applicatio

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