Seventeen Sutherland regeneration projects have been awarded funding from the Highland Coastal Communities Fund (HCCF). A total of £3,034,703 was awarded to the Highland Council by the Scottish Government, £700,407 of which was earmarked for the council’s Suther
Aberdeen-based Kirkwood Homes has pushed ahead with a £200 million plan to build up to 800 new homes at the former Fairways golf course in Inverness. A Proposal of Application Notice was submitted to Highland Council, with the developers claiming the development will create about 150 construct
Renovation and construction work on the landmark retail and housing development at the former Arnotts store in Inverness city centre has kicked off, with a planned completion date of the third quarter of 2022.
The latest outlook for future development and housing delivery across the Highlands has been unveiled by the Highland Council with the publication of the Housing Land Audit for 2020. The publication aims to provide updated forecasts for housing delivery and clearer information on the requirements fo
Savills' planning team in Scotland has obtained planning permission in principle from Highland councillors for Gloag Investments' high-quality woodland holiday accommodation at Beaufort Castle Estate near Kiltarlity near Oban.
The transformation of Inverness Castle will see the historic ‘rose window’, saved from a former Methodist church in the city, being incorporated into interior design for the building. The ‘rose window’ in its home in the now-demolished former church on Inglis Street (Image cr
Transport Scotland is seeking potential bidders for the most northerly section of the Scottish Government’s £3 billion programme to dual the A9 between Perth and Inverness.
The Highland Council has released progress images of the Inverness West Link project as it announced Stage 2 of the project remains on track for completion in early April 2021. A number of core elements making-up this phase of the project have now successfully been completed, including the
An £11 million contract for the Caol and Lochyside Flood Protection Scheme in Lochaber has been awarded to RJ McLeod (Contractors) Ltd. The contract for the construction of the 2km long flood protection scheme will begin in May thanks to funding from the Scottish Government and the Highland Co
Landscaping proposals for the Inverness Castle development have now been lodged with the Highland Council as part of the statutory applications for the planned transformation for Inverness Castle to become a tourism gateway for the Highlands.
Balfour Beatty has been awarded a £32 million contract to build a new, world-class Ophthalmology and Orthopaedic health facility in Inverness on behalf of NHS Highland.
The Highland Council has agreed the distribution of an additional £20 million for road maintenance programme and also agreed to continue with the current distribution method for the £7.2m base allocation.
Planning permission has been granted for ten specially-designed assisted homes in Nairn to provide accommodation for tenants with various medical needs. The 'FitHomes' development allows residents to be supported while maintaining their independence.
The original formal entrance of Inverness Castle has been revealed this week for the first time in almost 50 years, as part of the transformation of the building to create a gateway for Highland tourism.
The Tomatin Trading Company has announced the appointment of a number of key contractors for its planned hotel, shops and restaurant venture in the Highlands.