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A £33.571 million programme of essential capital projects throughout the Highlands has been given approval as councillors agreed a "cautious and prudent" approach to the local authority's revenue budget for 2020/21. Among the project to initially progress across the current financial year

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The Scottish Government has approved an increase to grant funding for energy efficiency measures for eligible properties in rural towns throughout the Highlands. Aviemore, Carrbridge, Fort William, Grantown area, Tain, Thurso and Wick are all in line to benefit from the funds.

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The Highland Council has issued the tender for the Caol and Lochyside flood prevention scheme with a return date of November 26. In the meantime, consultation with the local community is continuing over the final look of the riverside floodwall and the landscaping plans for the project which include

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Inverness-based joinery business, IBI Joiners, has successfully purchased and refurbished a once-popular food-stop near the city, to create its new HQ thanks to a £255,000 funding package from Royal Bank of Scotland. Founded in 2004 and incorporated in October 2010 IBI Joiners predominantly op

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Highland Council has today awarded the enabling contract for the transformation of Inverness Castle to Compass Building and Construction Services Limited. The enabling contract will start on October 5 and is anticipated to last for one year. The findings of these works will influence the length of t

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Members of the Highland Council’s Nairnshire area committee have agreed a proposed £789,000 investment in council housing for 2021-22. The one-year Housing Revenue Account (HRA) Capital Programme for Nairnshire 2021-22 is part of the Highland wide HRA Capital Plan for 2021-22 which will

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The Highland Small Communities Housing Trust (HSCHT), a social enterprise which delivers a range of affordable housing and supporting developments in Scottish communities, has rebranded as the Communities Housing Trust. Communities Housing Trust, which was founded as Highland Small Communities

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The billionaire ruler of Dubai has appealed a decision by the local authority to reject his plans for a lodge at his Highland retreat. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid al-Maktoum wanted to expand his Inverinate Estate, near Kyle of Lochalsh, by erecting a six-bedroom building designed to accommodate

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