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An Inverness-based property company has been fined £80,000 after a 64-year-old asbestos surveyor died following an electrical explosion. Global Energy Nigg Limited pled guilty to a health and safety breach committed on 10 December 2020 at Tain Sheriff Court on 18 January 2023.

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The Highland Council has announced the release for public consultation of the draft Strathpeffer Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan. The Appraisal and Management Plan seek to define the characteristics that make Strathpeffer an area of special architectural and historic interest and set

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Uig Harbour is to close on Monday 16 January 2023 for eight weeks to allow for the next phase of works to safeguard future ferry services, the Highland Council has confirmed. The planned and programmed outage is required for works to replace life expired infrastructure. The works during this st

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The history of 51-53 Castle Street in Inverness is being celebrated after the sympathetic restoration of the building was completed to create eight new homes and a new commercial unit for the city centre.

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Work on the first new village in Skye in over 100 years begins this week with project partners Sabhal Mòr Ostaig - The National Centre for Gaelic Language and Culture, the Highland Council and the Communities Housing Trust.  The community-led project will see 17 new afford

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A range of active travel and bus-based improvements to the Millburn Corridor to address the existing problems in Inverness city centre have now been developed by The Highland Council and are currently being appraised against a range of criteria.

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Construction work has begun this week on a community-led development of ten affordable homes in Arisaig.  Arisaig Community Trust is leading the project with support from the Communities Housing Trust.  

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