A project underway to create a community hub on the Isle of Kerrera near Oban is being part funded by up to £153,983 investment from Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE). The project by the Isle of Kerrera Development Trust (IKDT) will support a part time job and generate around £50,00
Inverness’ first distillery in 130 years has officially opened, reconnecting the Highland capital with its proud but lost whisky and brewing history. Powered by a low-carbon sustainability centre on-site, the £7.5 million Uile-bheist distillery and brewery on River Ness is expected to at
A footpath improvement project at the world-famous Old Man of Storr on the Isle of Skye has been completed in time for the peak tourist season. The Storr is an iconic and internationally recognised site, with annual visitors reaching approx. 223,000 per annum, therefore essential that the facilities
Members of the Highland Council's Wester Ross, Strathpeffer and Lochalsh Committee have approved £266,675 worth of funding bids aimed at supporting the economic regeneration and sustainable development of communities across Ward 5. Communities were invited to apply for Community Regeneration F
The Highland Council is to invest over £680,000 this year into carrying out improvements to its housing stock in Ward 5 – Wester Ross, Strathpeffer and Lochalsh At yesterday’s Area Committee, councillors agreed a Housing Revenue Account Capital Programme that will see £653,75
Members of the Highland Council's City of Inverness and Area Committee have agreed a list of prioritised programmes of works for structural overlay/inlay works and surface dressing schemes which will be funded out of the Capital Budget allocation for 2023/24. Leader of Inverness and Area Cllr Ian Br
The former Arnotts building on Union Street in Inverness has been transformed into high-quality flats across four storeys, which will help to address the demand for rental properties in the city.
The Highland Council is to invest over £2.8 million this year into carrying out improvements to its housing stock in Caithness. At yesterday's meeting of the Caithness Committee, councillors agreed a Housing Revenue Account Capital Programme that will see £2,684,000 spent on making impro
Badenoch and Strathspey members of the Highland Council have approved a four-year programme of works which will see over £2 million of investment in heating and energy efficiency works for council houses in the area.
BAM has celebrated the completion of its 15th new station in 15 years on Scotland’s Railway with the opening of Inverness Airport Station.
The Highland Council has endorsed a major step in completing an updated planning strategy for the Inner Moray Firth.
Pat Munro (Alness) Ltd has secured the contract to develop a Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) development.
Members of the Black Isle Area Committee at the Highland Council have approved the area’s road capital programme for 2023/24. The local allocations capital budget for 2023/24 remains to be established which will be calculated from the approved capital budget allocation being adjusted for any a
Construction work has begun on a community-led development of five homes and five self-build plots in the main village of Inverarish. Raasay Development Trust is leading the project with support from the Communities Housing Trust.
Sutherland members of the Highland Council have approved £698.6,000 worth of funding bids aimed at supporting economic regeneration and sustainable development across the area. Communities were invited to apply for Community Regeneration Funding, an umbrella term for accessible funding streams